6 Acre Brush Fire Contained Near Santa Maria

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Update by edhat staff
3:45 p.m., October 19, 2018

Santa Barbara County firefighters contained a grass fire to 6 acres near Santa Maria on Friday afternoon.

At 1:27 p.m., firefighters responded with a full brush response to Black Road and Highway 1 in the Tanglewood area of Santa Maria. Crews found grass burning in the area and contained the fire to 6 acres.

There were no evacuations or structures threatened, reports Captain Dave Zaniboni.

Four engines, one helicopter, and one hand crew are on scene. The cause is under investigation.


Reported by Roger the Scanner Guy
1:34 p.m., October 19, 2018

Brush fire near a structure on Tanglewood in Santa Maria, or on Sandalwood Drive.

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a-1542361098 Oct 20, 2018 07:46 AM
6 Acre Brush Fire Contained Near Santa Maria

Fire extinguishers should be carried in ALL vehicles. If small roadside fire, pull over. If you don't know how to use extinguisher, hand it to someone who does. Put out a small roadside fire before it becomes a killer and destroyer fire. We all can participate now. Important.

tagdes Oct 20, 2018 12:41 PM
6 Acre Brush Fire Contained Near Santa Maria

A class A water, or a class A B C, dry chemical for a 10-20 lb. extinguisher lasts 10-25 seconds. One would have to be there when the fire ignited if it were a vegetation fire. I carry one in both vehicles but they're good for maybe a barbecue , engine compartment or to hold back a vehicle interior fire long enough to rescue someone.

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