Amid Dry Conditions, Dearborn Co. Firefighters Contain Field Fire

The fire started with a tractor.

Photo by Miller-York Fire Department

(Dearborn County, Ind.) - A tractor caught fire, leading to a hay field fire Saturday, August 10 in Dearborn County.

Firefighters from Miller-York, Bright, and Sunman were called out to the field on Vogelsang Road at around 6:10 p.m., says Miller-York Volunteer Fire Department Chief Greggory Callahan.

A fire spread from a tractor to the field, which firefighters eventually managed to contain.

Nobody was hurt, but the tractor was a loss.

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