Fire danger level decreases to high

Fire danger level decreases to high

Posted: Sep 10, 2019 7:19 AM
Updated: Sep 10, 2019 7:19 AM

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they are available. te city to explain what this means for you. this year, fire season started in june. we're one, two, three months past that now. but firefighters want to remind people that we are still in fire season. and that people in jackson and josephine county still need to follow restrictions. i want to go over some of those restrictions with you. these are from o-d-f. you cannot mow dead or dried grass from 10 in the morning till eight at night. you cannot weld metal during that same time period. o-d-f says that no debris burning is allowed. and that you can only start a campfire in official campgrounds. [524]fire danger-vo firefighters from fire district 3 say that the weather might feel cool now. but dead plants and other fuels can still easily catch on fire. that's why the regulations are still in place. [525]fire danger-sotvo we're only a couple of weeks from being out of fire season. we would ask that any of those higher risk activities that you want to partake in, please wait until october when we should be out of fire season. that october date isn't 100 percent certain. but chief hussey tells me that indiciators point to fire season ending in about a month. firefighters say that they're prepared for all different situations, even if fire season might be ending soon. in 30 minutes i'll explain how fire district three prepares for lightning caused fires. live in white city, ashley tsao, newswatch 12. [527]tease one:-vo: vaccine
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