Responders Work To Find Out What Caused Large Brush Fire
MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – A brush fire spanning at least 20 acres in Marshall County is out after two hours of fighting it and officials are working to find out how it started.
It took four fire departments to put out a brush fire off highway 79 in Grant late Sunday afternoon.
Responders tell WHNT News 19 the fire was at 1321 Cardessa Lane off Baker Mountain Road.
Crews say the fire started at about 5 p.m. It was contained two hours later.
Firefighters aren’t sure what started the blaze.
Responders say no one was hurt in the fire, and it didn’t cause any damage to area homes.
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