• Bill Raines

Approximately 3 Acres Burn in Early Morning Fire

SPRINGVILLE - (February 16, 2022) - A left over brush pile that was burned over the weekend reignited sparking an early morning wildland fire in the 1200 block of Steve Earl Road.


The 911 call came in at 5:38 a.m. this morning.




Firefighters from the Perry Township and Indian Creek Township Volunteer Fire Department responded to the fire that spread into a near-by woods and field.


Firefighters from Perry and Indian Creek Twp. Volunteer Fire Department responded to an early morning wildland fire South of Springville


The property owner stated they were burning a pile of dead trees over the weekend. With the windy conditions over the last several hours, the pile reignited.




Perry and Indian Creek responded with a brush truck each. There were several fence posts and brush that still had hot spots that had to be tended to by firefighters.


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While fighting the wildland fire an emergency medical run on the Harrodsburg Road was dispatched for Perry Township EMS personnel to respond, was taken care of by Marshall Township Volunteer Fire Department.


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The National Weather Service issued a wind advisory until 7:00 p.m. making it dangerous for anyone to conduct controlled burns today.


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