Wheat, stubble and compost fires: firefighters intervene 5 times in 24 hours in the fields of the Oise

Wheat, stubble and compost fires: firefighters intervene 5 times in 24 hours in the fields of the Oise

Between Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 July, firefighters from the SDIS de l’Oise intervened no less than five times for fires that occurred in the fields of the Oise. Illustration photo: Oise SDIS.

The firefighters of the SDIS de l’Oise have not been idle on this eve of the national holiday. Between July 13 and 14, they intervened five times in the fields of the Oise.

Wheat, stubble and compost fires

On Wednesday July 13 in the town of Trumilly at 1:10 p.m., a compost fire broke out. 2000 tons of compost in the open air and 1/2 hectare of forest burned.

The same day at 1:49 p.m., a standing wheat fire broke out in the town of Marquéglise over an area of ​​five hectares. Stubble cultivation was done by the farmer to stop the spread. The police were on the scene.

An intervention this Wednesday at 2:43 p.m. for a standing wheat fire on the RD 930 in the town of Crèvecœur-le-Grand also took place. The 5-hectare disaster was finally able to be extinguished.

Still for a standing wheat fire, the firefighters moved to the RD 615 in the town of Blicourt at 3:12 p.m. A 5-hectare disaster followed by stubble cultivation carried out by the farmer.

Finally, during the night of Wednesday to Thursday July 14, at 2:30 am, a stubble fire broke out and destroyed 2 hectares.

These disasters occur while the department and the French territory more generally are going through a heat wave with temperatures that can reach 34 degrees in the middle of the day. Tuesday, July 19, it will be up to 37 degrees.

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