Crews Respond To Fire At Salt Lake City Landfill Overnight
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Fire crews responded to a blaze at Mountain View landfill overnight.
The incident happened just after midnight in the area of California Avenue and 6000 West.
Firefighters eventually passed the suppression efforts to landfill employees. Crews stayed on scene to ensure the fire didn’t spread beyond the perimeter of the dump.
Officials said fires at that location aren’t uncommon, and they usually just let them burn out.
Earlier this morning Fire crews responded to a fire at the City landfill 6030 W. California Ave. Crews were on standby while landfill workers attempted to extinguish the fire with heavy equipment. No injuries, fire crews have cleared the scene. The fire is contained but active. pic.twitter.com/9IaIZ4dNri
— Salt Lake City Fire Department (@slcfire) June 12, 2019
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