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    Encampment Debris Fire | Victoria Ave At Santa Clara River Bridge

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    Date Of Release: 10/17/2021

    Fire Incident Number: 21-0089024

    Incident Commander: Ventura City Fire Dept., Battalion 7, Matt Brock

    Incident Type: Encampment debris fire

    Date/Time of Incident: 10/17/2021 1:06pm

    Incident Location: Victoria Ave at Santa Clara River bridge, Ventura, CA

    Cause/Origin: Unattended fire

    Injuries Reported: None

    Units Committed On-Scene: One engine and one Battalion Chief

    Total Fire Personnel On-Scene: 4

    Agencies Involved: Ventura City Fire Department

    Narrative:

    Ventura City Fire units encountered a unique and dangerous fire condition in a void space within the Victoria Ave. bridge over the Santa Clara River watershed. A fire response was sent to investigate smoke in the area of the bridge. Upon arrival fire units located a smoldering fire inside the structure of the bridge itself. Unknown persons had set up a camp inside the void space and left a smoldering fire unattended. A significant number of combustible debris in the space contributed to the spread of the fire. The void space is a design feature of the bridge which allows authorities to periodically inspect the bridge for safety. Due to the dangerous confined space, firefighters had limited access and ability to fully extinguish the fire. The bridge serves as a major traffic thoroughfare for commuters between Ventura and Oxnard. No responsible party was identified, and no injuries were reported.


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