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 House on Mountain Burns Overnight

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House on Mountain Burns Overnight

June 28th, 2016 · No Comments

Update: 3:30 p.m. Tuesday June 28th

I spoke to Huletts Landing fire chief, Jay Vander Plaat, who conveyed the following. The fire has been extinguished and he had the unfortunate task of notifying the owner that the house had been totally consumed. The Huletts Landing Volunteer fire company was on the scene until 2:30 pm when they were officially released. They secured a drafting location at the beaver pond down the road, and shuttled water to the fire (along with the Dresden company) from 5:45 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. The fire did consume the entire structure, causing it to collapse from within and continuing to burn for hours. He wanted to convey special thanks to his entire crew for their dedicated work and to Lee Storms and Tom Conrad who provided coffee and donuts to those working the blaze. Conditions are especially dry this year. Today’s event shows the destructive power of fire and should be a reminder to all to be extra vigilant.

Around 5:00 a.m. this morning, an unoccupied house on the top of the mountain was seen entirely engulfed in flames. Both the Huletts Landing and Dresden fire departments are at the scene and the fire is now almost completely extinguished. As can be seen in the pictures below, not much remains of the structure.


The aftermath as seen from County Route 6.


Smoke still rising from the ashes as of 9:30 am.


The Huletts Landing Volunteer Fire Company responded quickly.


Multiple fire companies are at the scene to see that the fire is completely out.

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