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Water Rescue Team Joins Clean Up on Clackamas River - 09/06/18

On Sunday September 9, 2018 Firefighters from the Clackamas Fire Swift Water Rescue Team will join in the efforts to keep our rivers clean by taking part in the 16th annual Down the River Clean Up on the Clackamas River. The team will take part by putting two rafts on the water to haul the garbage and debris that the over 300 volunteers collect from the banks and bottom of the river.  "As an active user and steward of the Clackamas River, the Swift Water Rescue Team values the opportunity to keep the river clean and safe while connecting with the hundreds of volunteers that will be attending," says Swift Water Rescue Captain Brent Olson. Clackamas Fire has taken part in this event for several years and looks forward to seeing everyone on the River!

For more information about the Down the River Clean Up or to get involved please visit:

Brush Fire on South Ferguson Rd (Photo) - 08/28/18

Around 1:15pm today, a call came in for a brush fire on South Ferguson Rd., Beavercreek. Crews arrived on scene to find the fire quickly spreading and threatening the home on the property.

The firefighters were able to get the fire under control within 30 minutes with minor damage to the home. The fire burned about one acre around the perimeter of the home. There were injuries were reported.

Fire investigators determined the cause of the brush fire to be that of a cigarette that was not completely extinguished.

Clackamas Fire District # 1 would like to remind everyone to make sure cigarettes are completely out before discarding. To ensure they are extinguished, soak them in water before discarding in the trash.

Clackamas Fire District # 1 was assisted by TVF&R, Oregon Department of Forestry and Canby Fire.

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