ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Parkston fire burns 20 acres of grassland

PARKSTON -- The Parkston Fire Department spent two hours extinguishing a 20-acre grass fire on Monday afternoon. According to Parkston Fire Chief Todd Lucas, the department was called out to a grass fire at approximately 1:30 p.m. 10 miles east a...

1511246+fire.jpg
(The Daily Republic file photo)

PARKSTON - The Parkston Fire Department spent two hours extinguishing a 20-acre grass fire on Monday afternoon.

According to Parkston Fire Chief Todd Lucas, the department was called out to a grass fire at approximately 1:30 p.m. 10 miles east and a half-mile south of Parkston.

The blaze burned approximately 20 acres of grass. Lucas said the wind was a factor in extinguishing the flames, but no one was injured and no structures were damaged.

Related Topics: PARKSTON
What To Read Next
Snow removal began Thursday and will continue into the upcoming week, city officials say.
Local governments erase invisible routes hunters use to access public land
Navigator CO2 Ventures is hoping to streamline the application process in Illinois as they add an additional pipeline to the mix.
Members Only
“We had a ton of nominations this year for all the awards,” Davison County Sheriff Steve Harr said of all the employee nominations.