Brevard County, Palm Bay Fire Rescue Douse Multi Acre Brush Fire in Sebastian Buffer Preserve

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No structures were endangered

A multi-acre brush fire occurred this afternoon in the Sebastian Buffer Preserve. Units from Brevard County Fire Rescue Station 86, B87, Palm Bay E4, B4, B6, Tender 4, Palm Bay Fire Rescue D1, Brevard County Fire Rescue D80, and the Florida Forest Service responded. (BCFR image)

BREVARD COUNTY • FELLSMERE, FLORIDA – A multi-acre brush fire occurred Monday afternoon in the Sebastian Buffer Preserve.

Units from Brevard County Fire Rescue Station 86, B87, Palm Bay E4, B4, B6, Tender 4, Palm Bay Fire Rescue D1, Brevard County Fire Rescue D80, and the Florida Forest Service responded.

No structures were endangered.

Founded in 1984, Brevard County Fire Rescue is committed to being recognized as “best in class,” delivering the highest level of service to Brevard County residents and guests, today and every day.

Their mission is to meet and exceed the needs of the community through the highest level of emergency response and prevention services.

This is accomplished through their enduring commitment to excellence, strong sense of self-worth, and development of community partnerships.

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A multi-acre brush fire occurred this afternoon in the Sebastian Buffer Preserve. Units from Brevard County Fire Rescue Station 86, B87, Palm Bay E4, B4, B6, Tender 4, Palm Bay Fire Rescue D1, Brevard County Fire Rescue D80, and the Florida Forest Service responded. (BCFR image)

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