A grass fireplace was contained Monday night time in an industrial space of Adams County.
Crews working grass fireplace at 48th Ave between Ivy and forest. Name got here in at 6:20pm. Crew has fireplace contained and dealing small flare ups at the moment. Keep tuned for updates. pic.twitter.com/4YI0JhI7mk
— South Adams Fireplace (@SACFD200) August 25, 2020
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The hearth broke out at about 6:20 p.m. close to East 48th Avenue and Ivy Avenue, releasing plumes of smoke into and already hazy sky.
A number of fireplace businesses and departments, together with Denver fireplace, assisted the South Adams County Fireplace Division in rapidly containing the blaze.
At about 7:30 p.m., firefighters remained on the scene engaged on scorching spots and flareups. There weren’t rapid experiences of accidents or harm to property.
The reason for the fireplace is below investigation.