Fire Destroys 5 Acres on Coolidge Hill
A brush fire broke out on Coolidge Hill Thursday afternoon.
A brush fire on Coolidge Hill Thursday afternoon burned five acres of land and brought down several large trees, according to fire chief James Sheridan.
Sheridan said it took 20 firefighters three hours to completely put out the blaze that threatened nearby homes. The district 14 fire wardens wild land firefighting crew assisted in removing the brush and crews worked to remove any dangerous timber, according to the chief.