Crews practice skills during a controlled burn in Hiawatha

Controlled House Burn in Hiawatha

Fire crews conducted training during a controlled house burn near Hiawatha's city hall on Saturday, July 31, 2010.

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britt says ... on Saturday, Jul 31 at 9:41 PM

that is right next to my gmas house just what she needed after getting out of the hospital to day is smoke rolling through the house

Phishlady says ... on Saturday, Jul 31 at 7:01 PM

It was the corner of Clark st and 4Th Ave. Right across the street from the HPD/City Hall. I just past it again and there is still a little fire going. Kind of surprised that they are letting it smolder like that.

I C ALL says ... on Saturday, Jul 31 at 6:47 PM

i was there..iam a firefighter there...media was there and lots of people..some guy ran thru barricades also

DriftyAlison0 says ... on Saturday, Jul 31 at 6:19 PM

I could see it from Hardees at Blairs Ferry RD NE> >

tired mom says ... on Saturday, Jul 31 at 3:22 PM

had to be somewhere close to Center Point Road area. Could see it from Blairferry near walmart really well.

jimmyjam319 says ... on Saturday, Jul 31 at 3:16 PM

clark st

Casey says ... on Saturday, Jul 31 at 2:58 PM

What street is this

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