Aurora Fire Responds to Five Calls Saturday

Brush fires were caused by high winds knocking trees into power lines.

Photo provided by Aurora Fire. 

(Aurora, Ind.) - It was a busy Saturday for Aurora Firefighters. 

The agency responded to five calls including four consecutive fires caused by high winds knocking trees into power lines and other things, sparking brush fires in the area of Randall Avenue.

Firefighters were successful in keeping the fire from spreading to area businesses. 

No injuries were reported. 

Aurora Fire was assisted by Hogan Fire, Dillsboro Fire, and Aurora EMS. 



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