Firefighters respond to shed, brush fire in Grandview area

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Firefighters respond to shed, brush fire in Grandview area

A small fire destroyed a shed and burned brush Tuesday afternoon near County Road 233, southeast of Mercy Regional Medical Center. A crew of 15 firefighters from the Durango Fire Protection District helped to contain the blaze.
A fire that started near County Road 233 southeast of Mercy Regional Medical Center on Tuesday burned the skirting on a trailer. The Durango Fire Protection District responded to the blaze.
Grant Siggins uses a shovel to put out a fire that started Tuesday afternoon near County Road 233 southeast of Mercy Regional Medical Center. Siggins was working in the area and quickly responded along with neighbors and other workers to help stop the spread of the fire.
A fire that destroyed a shed quickly spread into trees and grass on Tuesday afternoon near County Road 233, southeast of Mercy Regional Medical Center.
A fire that destroyed a shed quickly spread into trees and grass on Tuesday afternoon near County Road 233, southeast of Mercy Regional Medical Center.

Firefighters respond to shed, brush fire in Grandview area

A small fire destroyed a shed and burned brush Tuesday afternoon near County Road 233, southeast of Mercy Regional Medical Center. A crew of 15 firefighters from the Durango Fire Protection District helped to contain the blaze.
A fire that started near County Road 233 southeast of Mercy Regional Medical Center on Tuesday burned the skirting on a trailer. The Durango Fire Protection District responded to the blaze.
Grant Siggins uses a shovel to put out a fire that started Tuesday afternoon near County Road 233 southeast of Mercy Regional Medical Center. Siggins was working in the area and quickly responded along with neighbors and other workers to help stop the spread of the fire.
A fire that destroyed a shed quickly spread into trees and grass on Tuesday afternoon near County Road 233, southeast of Mercy Regional Medical Center.
A fire that destroyed a shed quickly spread into trees and grass on Tuesday afternoon near County Road 233, southeast of Mercy Regional Medical Center.
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