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Press Release - Salt Water Disposal Site Fire


                                          

Subject:           Media Release - Salt Water Disposal Site Fire

Date:               June 14, 2019

Case:               MK19-00980

 

On June 14, 2019, at approximately 0808 hours, the McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched by North Dakota State Radio to the Bullrock Salt Water Disposal Site on 30th M Street Northwest in Keene. The fire had been reported to have been caused by a lightning strike. Keene Fire Department, Keene First Responders, and the McKenzie County Ambulance responded to the scene.

 

No injuries have been reported. The Keene Fire Department has put the fire out with foam and there is no active fire at the time of this release. Traffic on 30th M Street Northwest is currently being monitored but no road closures issued at this time.

 

Please contact the McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office at 701-842-6010 if you have any questions.

 

Auth: Deputy Kari Stuart







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