Before you burn ensure to avoid a free burn.
EFD station 1 & 2 committed at a working structure fire. No one home, fire under control. pic.twitter.com/tCJlvXq7up— Essa Fire Department (@EssaFire) June 9, 2019
The cause of a house blaze is under investigation after the home on second street in Angus went up in flames Saturday night.
No one was home at the time.
In Barrie you must obtain an open air burning permit before you burn.
Crews unable to locate any fire BUT, #muskoka be aware – we’re currently in “crossover” conditions (relative humidity lower than temperature) so this presents an elev. risk of wildfire and will contribute to its rate of spread.— GravenhurstFIRE (@GravenhurstFIRE) June 8, 2019
Pls – no daytime open air burning!@ONresources https://t.co/KwaiWCn6ah
Saturday saw a reported grass fire near Highway 11 and Sedore Road in Gravenhurst; In Barrie heavy smoke and flames ripped through a shed and fencing in the area of Cundles Road East and St Vincent.
Barrie has a burning by-law. If you need information go to https://t.co/w74KUKpnm4 on how to burn outdoors safely, what the requirements are and how to buy a burn permit.— Barrie Fire (@Barrie_Fire) June 8, 2019
Muskoka is under “crossover” conditions (relative humidity lower than temperature) which presents an elevated risk of wildfire and will contribute to its rate of spread.
For more on how to obtain a burning permit in Barrie, click here