Crews battle wildfire near Chester Grant , N.S.
Fire has grown to more than 20 hectares; some structures reportedly destroyed
This translation has been automatically generated and has not been verified for accuracy.Full DisclaimerCrews are fighting a wildfire near Chester Grant, N.S., that has grown in size to more than 20 hectares.Lands and Forestry says provincial staff supported by two helicopters and units from 16 fire departments from three counties responded to the fire late Friday afternoon.
One volunteer firefighter says there are reports that some structures have been destroyed in the area about 60 kilometres west of Halifax.Story continues below advertisementCrews have been pulled out of the woods for the night but are to be back on the scene Saturday morning.
Some of the fire departments that responded include: Chester Basin, Chester, Western Shore, Martins River, Mahone Bay, New Ross, Blandford, Hubbards, Blockhouse, Lunenberg, Oakhill, Kentville, Vaughn, Hantsport, Windsor, Wolfville and Brooklyn.The blaze is in part of the province where the government has banned brush burning and beach fires.Read more: The Globe and Mail »
Remember Canadian dickhead head to the towns ye F32king useless F32king w2nkers. 6 of 7 trucks were in McMurray dump when 2579 homes burnt.
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