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Dry spring conditions concern Moose Jaw fire chief

By Discover Moose Jaw   

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Apr. 6, 2021, Moose Jaw – With a dryer than average winter transitioning into what could be an even dryer spring, the Mooe Jaw Fire Department is urging residents to be extra vigilant in preventing grass fires. Fire Chief Rod Montgomery says the overall lack of precipitation and spring runoff has left the area particularly vulnerable to grassfires, even this early in the season. Just a few weeks ago, the fire department responded to two wildfire calls in just one day. Discover Moose Jaw reports. | READ MORE

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