Napoleon Firefighters Respond to Two Outdoor Fires

Quick response prevented the fires from spreading in wooded areas.

Photo by Napoleon Volunteer Fire Department. 

(Napoleon, Ind.) – It has been a busy couple of days for Napoleon Volunteer Firefighters.

On Sunday evening, Napoleon firefighters were called to a residence on N. Baseline Road for an outdoor fire that got out of control and spread to a structure.

The fire was stopped before it could spread into a nearby wooded area, but a small shed was destroyed.

No injuries were reported.

On Monday, Napoleon firefighters provided mutual aid to Batesville Fire and Rescue at a residence on County Road 50 W.

At the scene, firefighters located a large brush fire in a wooded area.

The fire was quickly brought under control with help from Morris Fire.  

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