August 21, 2018 11:58 pm
Updated: August 23, 2018 2:31 am

Brush fires in Richmond and on the Surrey-Langley border

A string of recent bush fires is raising concerns about the dry conditions in Metro Vancouver, especially with little relief in sight from the dry conditions. Grace Ke reports.


Langley firefighters were called in to assist Surrey crews after a brush fire sparked on the border between the two communities around 4 p.m. Tuesday night.

Surrey Assistant Fire Chief Chris Keon said crews responded to the area of 192 Street and Colebrook Road.

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Keon said the blaze was immediately increased to a second alarm grass fire, which covered roughly 600 ft. by 300 ft.

The blaze was knocked down just a few hours later.

There were no injuries reported.

And at around he same time, another fire broke out in Richmond along the Shell Road Trail, between Blundell and Francis.

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