Houses in Bastrop County were recently threatened by a grass fire that broke out over approximately two acres, the Austin-American Statesman reported on June 9.
Reports said fire crews and volunteers from Bastrop and Bluebonnet on June 5 were on the 100 block of Keanahalululu Lane at around 3:00 p.m. to extinguish the grass fire that already burned an estimated two acres of land located near some homes. Though no residential properties were damaged, it took fire crews three hours to contain the grass fire. Most people returned to their homes even as fire crews still worked on fire risk areas. Fire Chief Josh Gill stated that safety measures in conducting fires are needed to prevent out-of-control situations like this.
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