Power lines down
A power line that fell on a tree in Maddox Lane in Lidsdale at 7.45pm on Sunday, July 14 started a bushfire.
A joint effort between Wallerawang RFS and Fire and Rescue crews saw the blaze extinguished within an hour.
The Fire and Rescue teams set up property protection while the RFS went off track and put out the blaze.
The blaze was extinguished at 8.40pm and no property was damaged.
EnergyAustralia worked on getting the power lines and electricity back up for homes within the area.
Clarence 1 and Clarence 9 attended with a crew of six to a fire on Newnes Plateau on Saturday which was discovered by a resident whilst they were driving around.
According to the fire brigade, the caller was very helpful, waiting on Newnes Forest Road to guide the crews to the fire that was off the main road.
It appears that a campfire was not fully extinguished and the large logs around the fire had caught on fire.
It was easily extinguished due to cold weather conditions, but crews warned if it had been Summer, it would be a different story.
Around 4pm on Thursday, July 11 Clarence 1 with a crew of four were called out to a grass fire west of Bell Station.
On arrival they found units from Bell, Woodford and Blackheath were on the scene, but no fire had been located.
The Clarence crew proceeded east along the rail corridor and located a small grass fire that had almost burnt itself out.
The fire would have been missed if that direction had not been checked.
Clarence/Dargan Facebook page said that 000 callers need to take more care when calling in an incident.
The next morning the brigade was called to a reported fire at Bell Station, informed that yesterday's fire had reignited.
The brigade said they were confident the fire had been completely extinguished the day before and on arrival there was no fire.
It is believed to have been a hoax call, possibly made by the individual who started the original fire.
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