Crews Respond to Vehicle Fire on I-90

(Image courtesy of Sheridan Fire-Rescue)

Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to the report of a vehicle fire Thursday at 12:13 pm at milepost 33 on Interstate 90 in Sheridan County. Goose Valley Fire Department had requested mutual aid assistance. According to a news release from SFR, upon arrival, crews encountered heavy smoke and fire from a fully involved small passenger vehicle. The car was located on the westbound off ramp at the Meade Creek Road exit. All occupants had exited the vehicle.

An aggressive fire attack was made utilizing pre-connected hand lines and tank water. The fire was under control at approximately 12:32 pm and crews transitioned to salvage and overhaul, extinguishing remaining hot spots. Sheridan Fire-Rescue remained on scene until 1:09 pm, when the fire was turned over to Goose Valley. There were no reported injuries to occupants or firefighters. Personnel with the Wyoming Highway Patrol, Rocky Mountain Ambulance, and Goose Creek Volunteer Fire Department assisted with the incident.

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