Caution: Dry conditions can increase chances for starting fires
The Creston Fire Department urges people to be more diligent in watching for fires while Union County and surrounding areas remain in severe to moderate drought conditions.
“With the dry conditions, it is important to watch fires to make sure they don’t get out of control,” said Assistant Fire Chief Mick Landers. “Even small embers can start a fire in dry conditions.”
Landers said anyone burning waste debris or light brush should be particularly cautious and supervise the burn. Another area of fire concern for Landers is farmers returning to the fields for harvest.
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