Columbia River Fire and Rescue and Oregon Department of Forestry respond to blaze Tuesday

PHOTO COURTESY OF COLUMBIA RIVER FIRE AND RESCUE - Fire crews work to put out a 4.8 acre fire in a cut hayfield on Bishop Creek Road. The fire broke out Tuesday, Sept. 26.Columbia River Fire and Rescue and the Oregon Department of Forestry responded to a 4.8-acre fire outside of Goble and Deer Island, on Tuesday night, Sept. 26.

CRFR was dispatched to the 66000 block of Bishop Creek Road at 5:50 p.m. Tuesday night when a fire broke out on a private residence in the rural part of the county, according to information from CRFR.

The fire was caused when embers from a debris burn in the yard spread to a nearby cut hayfield. The blaze covered nearly five acres, according to CRFR Division Chief Ian O'Connor, and fire crews remained on scene for nearly an hour.

Two fire engines from the Oregon Department of Forestry were also on scene. A total of 12 firefighters, two engines, one brush tender, one water tender, one medic and one chief officer from CRFR responded to the fire.

No structures were damaged by the blaze and no injuries were reported.

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