Multiple Fires Were Reported In West Michigan. Sunday, Dispatch Says

THE MORLEY, Michigan, According to a number of dispatch agencies, there were multiple fires that broke out across the state of West Michigan on Sunday.

At around 2:45 p.m., the Meceola Consolidated Central Dispatch Authority received the initial report of a grass fire that had spread across many acres at the intersection of 190th and 1 Mile Road.

Big Rapids Township, the City of Big Rapids, Morley, and Mecosta fire departments were all involved in the fight against the fire, according to Meceola Dispatch services. In addition, the Red Cross arrived at the area to provide assistance to the departments.

Following that, at approximately 4:40 p.m., Meceola Dispatch reported a second fire. On Buchanan Road, close to 90th Avenue in Stanwood, they reported that three different departments were working together to put out the fire.

It was reported by Meceola Dispatch that both flames had been entirely extinguished as of 5:50 p.m.

It was stated by Kent County Dispatch that there were eight fires on Sunday, and there were even more fires in Grand Rapids. On Sunday, there were two fires that were reported, according to the Ottawa County Dispatch.

The Evart Area Fire Department and Meceola Dispatch have both stated that it is not safe to burn objects outside due to the conditions that are now present.

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