An engine that was working on a prescribed fire near Covelo, California was burned over and appears to be destroyed.
Below is the summary from a “Green Sheet” report released by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
On October 22, 2018, a CAL FIRE fire engine staffed with one Fire Apparatus Engineer and two firefighters were participating in a Vegetation Management Program (VMP) hazardous fuel reduction burn near Covelo, CA. While the crew was away from the engine assisting with containment of several spot fires, the parked, unattended engine was impacted by spot fires burning outside of containment lines, and sustained major damage. No personnel were injured during the incident.