NEWS - "Crews battle early morning blaze"

Updated: May 9



BRIGHAM CITY - May 7, 2022


The Brigham City Fire Department, with help from Corinne, Willard and Tremonton departments, responded to a structure fire early Saturday morning, May 22.


According to Brigham City Fire Marshal Michael Young, firefighters responded just before 6 a.m., to 3000 North 2650 West on a report of a shed on fire.

On their arrival they found the shed fully engulfed, a parked truck burning and flames spreading to an adjacent home. No occupants were in the home at the time.


Crews had difficulty containing or extinguishing the fire due to gusting winds and limited hydrants in the area. It was finally out at 7 a.m. Estimated loss was $175,000, and cause of the fire is still under investigation.

Young encourages property owners and renters to install, routinely check and always maintain smoke and carbon monoxide detectors within their homes.



Estimated damage to the shed, truck and house was $175,000. No one was home at the time of the fire. Photo courtesy Brigham City Fire Department.