Firefighters praised after battling for 16 hours to control wildfire near Moray

After fighting for 16 hours to control the fire, firefighters were praised.

About 50 firefighters and 13 fire engines were found in the open field near Balindalok.

They were warned on Wednesday, July 13 at 3 p.m.

At the height, the fire affected about 300 meters of grass and the entire area.

The B9008 was also closed to traffic between the Bridge of Avon and Glenvevet.

After opening the fire, the crew left.

Temperatures in the UK come in the summer.

He urged people entering the countryside to remember the drought and the high risk of fire.

A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were informed of a fire that broke out on Wednesday, July 13 at around 11 a.m. in the open space near Balindals Morei.

“Operation Control 13 has mobilized 13 firefighting equipment and experts to the area, and about 50 firefighters have been able to withstand the blaze of grass and gorse measuring about 300 meters above sea level.

“The fire was extinguished, no one was injured and the flight attendants left.”

Scottish conservative leader Douglas Ross, a member of the Mauritanian parliament, praised firefighters for their efforts to extinguish the wildfire.

“I would like to thank all the firefighters and members of the community who were involved in assisting the firefighters during this incident for their efforts to contain this fire and prevent it from spreading further,” he said.

“Despite the strong winds, firefighters and members of the local community worked tirelessly to control the blaze for 16 hours, and the fire was extinguished.

“For those who go to the countryside to remember these very dry conditions because the potential for fire is very high and the results can be severe.”

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