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Brushfire north of Daniel K. Inouye Highway still burning Wednesday (Feb 6)

UPDATED (4 p.m. 2/6/2019)

This is a Hawaii County Civil Defense fire update message for 4 p.m., February 6, 2019.

Hawaii County Fire Department reports the brush fire in the vicinity of mile 30.5 of the Daniel K Inouye Highway also known as Saddle Road and the Mauna Kea access road continues to burn in an isolated area on the mountain slope.

Due to the Fire the following information is for your convenience:

  • All roads are open at this time, be aware of poor visibility due to smoke in the area.
  • Road and area closures may occur without prior notice.
  • Please drive with caution and stay out of the fire area.
  • Fire units from County, State, and Federal departments are fighting the fire.

You will be kept updated on any changes that may affect your safety. This will be the last message for the fire unless the situation changes.

Thank you for listening, have a safe day, this is your Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency.

MEDIA RELEASE

This is a Hawaii County Civil Defense fire update message for 6:30 a.m., February 6, 2019.

Hawaii County Fire Department reports a brush fire in the vicinity of the 35 mile area of the Daniel K Inouye Highway also known as Saddle Road and the Mauna Kea access road.

Due to the Fire the following information is for your convenience:

  • All roads are open at this time, be aware of poor visibility due to smoke in the area.
  • Road and area closures may occur without prior notice.
  • Please drive with caution and stay out of the fire area.
  • Fire units from County, State, and Federal departments are fighting the fire.

You will be kept updated on any changes that may affect your safety.

Have a safe day, this is your Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency.

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