Wildland fire burns nearly 200 acres in South San José
On Monday, June 30, 2014, at 1340 PM, 9-1-1 calls began to flood the San José Fire Department Communications Center with reports of a vegetation fire in the Santa Teresa Hills above Curie Drive on the city’s south side.
As firefighters began to arrive in the area additional resources were requested, including a full response from CAL FIRE. With fire spreading quickly in the tinder dry vegetation a call went out for more firefighters eventually making this blaze a four-alarm incident. Initial estimates place the size of the fire at 125 acres with containment achieved by 1917 hours.
Despite blistering early summer heat, firefighters were able to corral the fire saving numerous homes. Two firefighters suffered heat related injuries and were transported to an area hospital for treatment.Partial AssignmentSan José Fire Department:
4A10, 4A16, 4A3, 4A9, Med 30, IDT 223
Battalion 13, Battalion 2, Battalion 10
Engine 28, Engine 22, Engine 27, Engine 13, Engine 9, Engine 11, Engine 12, Engine 15, Engine 17, Engine 2, Engine 21, Engine 23, Engine 24, Engine 29, Engine 31, Engine 26, Engine 5, Engine 6, Engine 612, Engine 628, Engine 624, Engine 627, Engine 631, Engine 621
Water Tender 13, Water Tender 18, Water Tender 2CAL FIRE:
Battalion 1611, Engine 1661, Engine 1663, Engine 1664, Engine 1671, Engine 1672, Engine 1673, Engine 1664, Engine 1768Santa Clara County Fire:
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