KENMORE, N.Y (WIVB) - Firefighters from multiple companies responded to a large brush fire that broke out Saturday afternoon in Tonawanda.
Saturday's blaze was in a location not far from a fire that broke out on Tuesday, August 21 at the Dunlop plant.
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News 4's Rachel Kingston was on the scene and spoke to Assistant Chief of the River Road Fire Company, Don Abbott. He described one potentially dangerous moment, "We had a live power line that got affected, unfortunately, by it [the fire] and when it came down it caused a big risk for us. We had to get our guys pulled off for a minute there until we could get the power shut off for a safety factor. Once that was established we were able to start fighting it again."
No one was injured during the fire. The cause is still under investigation.
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