CARLTON COUNTY, MN (trfnews.i234.me) Firefighters were on the scene of a quickly spreading wildfire in Carlton County, Minnesota on Monday evening.
– There was a Labor Day Wildfire in Carlton County, Minnesota.
– The fire was reported on Monday at 5:25 p.m.
– The fire was located near Moose Lake, Minnesota.
– The fire was over an acre in size and getting close to houses.
– The fire grew rapidly to over 40 acres in size.
– Property owners in the immediate area were notified of the wildfire.
– Firefighting efforts were suspended due to weather conditions and resumed on Tuesday morning.
– No structures were reported damaged by the wildfire.
A wildfire broke out in Carlton County, Minnesota on Labor Day, prompting the Carlton County Sheriff’s Office to receive reports of smoke in the area. The fire grew quickly, reaching over 40 acres in size, and was getting close to houses. Firefighting personnel were notified, and with the assistance of the Minnesota DNR helicopter, a large volume of water was dropped to help contain the fire. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation, but no structures were reported damaged. The fire was contained prior to firefighters leaving, but it will continue to be monitored by the sheriff’s office throughout the evening.
– A wildfire broke out in Carlton County, Minnesota on Labor Day
– The fire grew to over 40 acres in size
– Firefighting personnel were notified and aided by a Minnesota DNR helicopter
– The cause of the fire is under investigation
– No structures were reported damaged
– The fire was contained and will continue to be monitored by the sheriff’s office