Fires kept Selkirk firefighters busy

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  • Firefighters knocked down a shed fire in Westmond on Monday. (Photo courtesy SELKIRK FIRE RESCUE & EMS)

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    (Photo by KEITH KINNAIRD) Flames reach the treetops during a structure fire off Homestead Road on Wedesday. Selkirk Fire Chief Ron Stocking did not respond to a request for comment on the fire.

  • Firefighters knocked down a shed fire in Westmond on Monday. (Photo courtesy SELKIRK FIRE RESCUE & EMS)

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    (Photo by KEITH KINNAIRD) Flames reach the treetops during a structure fire off Homestead Road on Wedesday. Selkirk Fire Chief Ron Stocking did not respond to a request for comment on the fire.

WESTMOND — No injuries were reported after a shed caught fire off Westmond Road on Monday.

“Fire crews arrived to find a fully involved shed fire. Firefighters aggressively attacked the fire to prevent it from spreading to the forest,” Selkirk Fire Rescue & EMS said in a post published to the department’s Facebook page.

The cause of the shed fire was deemed accidental.

Selkirk firefighters were also summoned to a structure fire off Homestead Road near Athol on Wednesday morning.

The blaze was reported shortly after 11 a.m., according to a Bonner Dispatch log.

Selkirk Chief Ron Stocking did not respond to a request for comment on the Homestead fire on Thursday.

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