Crews were fighting a fire at the Marathon County Landfill in the Town of Ringle Sunday Early Evening. They were actively fighting a fire in the landfill itself.
Wittenburg, City of Wausau Tender (Tanker), Birnamwood, Maine, Edgar, Kronenwettter, Ringle, Easton, SAFER and Hatley fire departments responded to the call. Salvation Army was also on scene assisting with Water for the emergency personnel.
Chris Kielman Ringle Fire Chief tells reporters the fire department has responded multiple times to the landfill nothing recently. Chief Kielman says when units arrived on scene the fire was approx. 100 x 100. No injuries were reported. Chief Kielman says crews will be on scene for several more hours making sure of no flair ups.
Marathon County Solid Waste Department Director Meleesa Johnson says No cause will be determined speculation is Hot Coals from the grill or Cell Phone Batteries, Johnson says just because your phone battery is not able to power your cell phones but “JUICE” is still enough to get HOT from the sun and start a fire. Johnson has her crews spreading trash away as fire fighters spray the area down with water. Johnson says no equipment was damaged. Lastly Johnson wants to Thank Everyone Who called into report the smoke because with out them it could have been a lot worse not only to the landfill but the neighboring area.
Pella Fire Was Paged Thursday Just Before Noon For A Structure Fire Off River Bank Road. Many Surrounding Fire Departments Assisted. No Further Information Is Available! Watch Next Weeks (2.28.17) Marion Advertiser For More Information.
PHOTO’S FROM THE SCENE: FROM TIMOTHY ZILCH & WAYNE GAUGER
Written By: Timothy Zilch Photo’s: Alicia & Timothy Zilch
Clintonville Fire Department & Clintonville Ambulance was paged to 46 South Main for a structure fire Wednesday evening. Clintonville updated the fire to a MABAS working still Embarrass & Marion Fire Departments responded later on Clintonville upgraded the MABAS to a Box Alarm Level Manawa, Pella, Bear Creek & Shiocton brought an Air Wagon. Clintonville Fire Chief says 2 people were Air-Lifted to Milwaukee Hospital.
FROM: Green Bay Metro Fire Department Battalion Chief Robert Wiegert
Incident Date: 10/2/2016
Incident Type: Structure Fire
Incident Address: 4xx Memory Ct. Allouez WI
Incident Time: 1:12 PM
Incident Description: Fire in a one story, single family residence
Cause of Fire: Under Investigation by Fire Marshal’s office
Origin of Fire: Rear wall of a garage
Estimated Dollar Loss: $5,000
Injuries: No injuries reported
Number of People Displaced: 2
Additional Information: GBMFD units were dispatched to 4xx Memory Ct. in the Village of Allouez for the report of a garage on fire. First units arrived in approximately 3 minutes. They found moderate smoke from the attached 2 stall garage and a neighbor applying water to the area with a garden hose. Crews stretched an attack line and had the fire extinguished in less than 5 minutes. Damage was limited to the rear of the garage. Brown County Sheriff’s Department and WPS assisted on the scene. American Red Cross was assisting the occupants.
Incident Date: 8/21/2016
Incident Type: Structure fire
Incident Address: 10xx Main St.
Incident Time: 20:56
Incident Description: The 1001 club occupied the first floor and the second floor was broken up into several different apartments that were vacant.
Cause of Fire: Under investigation by Green Bay Metro Fire Marshals
Origin of Fire: Fire was found in rear apartment and extended to rear storage area.
Estimated Dollar Loss: $100,000
Injuries: 1 civilian was transported to a local hospital for smoke inhalation.
Number of People Displaced: 0
Additional Information: The 1001 club was not open for business when the fire started. The business was a Bar/Restaurant. Smoke damage was sustained throughout the building.
The building itself was built in 1905. It had been renovated multiple times and had several additions. This made firefighting difficult with hidden void spaces and a challenging layout.
From: Green Bay Metro Fire Department Battalion Chief Steve Sellin
Incident Date: 6/22/2016 Incident Type: Garage Fire Incident Address: 15xx Cass Street Incident Time: 10:50 Incident Description: Green Bay Metro Fire Department responded at 10:50 this morning for a fire in a two car, unattached garage. On scene units found a fire that started on the exterior of the garage and had burned through to the interior. Fire was quickly extinguished. Cause of Fire: Ashes from fire pit to close to structure Origin of Fire: Exterior rear of garage Estimated Dollar Loss: $5000 Injuries: None Number of People Displaced: None
Additional Information: Exercise caution when disposing of any ashes left from a campfire, grill or fire place. A non-combustible container away from other combustibles is best. In the right weather conditions, ashes can remain hot enough to start a fire for up to five days.