BLACKWELL, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – A Big Country volunteer fire department was extra busy Friday, dealing with a controlled burn, a grass fire, and a fully engulfed trailer all in one day.
The Blackwell Volunteer Fire Department says their team started the morning by responding to a potential fire, but luckily, it was just a false alarm from a controlled burn.
Then, they were asked to assist the Bronte Volunteer Fire Department with a large grass fire, and as they were leaving, they were asked to respond to a structure fire on Hwy 277.
When the arrived, they found an unoccupied trailer and a vehicle fully engulfed in flames.
No one was injured during any of the incidents to which they responded.
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