The fire, visible next to the firefighter on the right, was wind-driven.
The fire, visible next to the firefighter on the right, was wind-driven. (Nashoba Publishing photo/Mary Arata)
HARVARD - A light wind on an otherwise sunny Saturday took a brush fire a little further than planned in Still River. Fire trucks lined the driveway at 232 Still River Road, across the street from Harvard Fire Station No. 2 on Saturday afternoon. More than an acre of land was scorched as the wind drove the fire towards St. Benedict Abbey's open lands. More water arrived on the scene, courtesy of Harvard Fire Engine No. 1. The extra water power brought the blaze quickly under control. It appeared that there were no injuries associated with the brush fire. Follow Mary Arata on twitter.com/maryearata.
Fire trucks lined the driveway at 232 Still River Road in Harvard on Saturday afternoon.
Fire trucks lined the driveway at 232 Still River Road in Harvard on Saturday afternoon. (Nashoba Publishing photo/Mary Arata)


More water arrived via Engine No. 1.
More water arrived via Engine No. 1. (Nashoba Publishing photo/Mary Arata)

Harvard firefighter David Hazel, right, gives the thumbs-up signal to energize the hose on Engine 1.
Harvard firefighter David Hazel, right, gives the thumbs-up signal to energize the hose on Engine 1. (Nashoba Publishing photo/Mary Arata)