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Salishan Lodge chimney fire controlled by local responders

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A small fire on the roof around the chimney at Salishan Lodge in Gleneden Beach was quickly doused Wednesday evening upon arrival by the Depoe Bay, North Lincoln and Newport fire departments. No injuries were reported.

Three engines, one ladder truck, one rescue unit, four chief officers responded and 21 firefighters brought the fire under control in approximately 15 minutes, a news release issued by the Depoe Bay Rural Fire Protection District reported.

Crews checked for fire spread from the 10-by-30-foot origin, then covered the affected area to prevent further damage. All crews cleared the scene shortly after 10 p.m.

Financial cost of the fire was not available. The cause is under investigation.

For further more information, call Depoe Bay Fire Chief Bill Johnson at 541-764-2202 or email [email protected]

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