High risk areas to be monitored

6 August, 2016

High risk areas to be monitored

6 Aug,2016Fire Stories, WoF service

The KwaZulu-Natal Utrecht team responded to a call of a fire at Emlwane Farm on 16 July.

The team fought the fire for almost four hours before it was finally suppressed. According to the team’s Base Communication Representative, Zamani Nkosi, the fire was the second the team had responded to since the start of the fire season.

The cause of the fire is still unknown and the team plans to keep a close eye on high fire risk areas.

Content supplied by KZN Base Communication Representatives.

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