Investigation on the Reasons of Mountain Fire in Heqing, Dali, Yunnan Province, Caused by Smoking of a Villager

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 Investigation on the Reasons of Mountain Fire in Heqing, Dali, Yunnan Province, Caused by Smoking of a Villager


According to the news office of Heqing County, Dali Prefecture, Yunnan Province, a forest fire occurred in Xintun Town, Heqing County, around 2 p.m. on April 12. The cause of the fire has been identified. A 53-year-old male villager in Nanhe Village, Xintun Town, smoked while doing farm work. The suspect has been detained by the local forest public security according to law.

According to the command headquarters ahead, by 18 p.m. on April 13, two incoherent fire lines were formed in the fire field, the northern line spread from south to northeast, and the eastern line spread from west to east. The two fire lines were all fire lines, and the fire situation was strong. The wind direction of the fire field was uncertain, the mountains were steep, and the forest was dense, which made it difficult to put out the fire. Up to now, more than 1300 people and a helicopter have been put into forest fire control, armed police and so on. They have taken ground-air cooperation and manual direct fighting to fight and rescue.

Yunnan Heqing Forest Fire Extinguishing Difficulties Local Thousands of People Participated in Extinguishing

At 14:01 on April 12, a forest fire broke out in the east of Nanhe Village, Xintun Town, Heqing County, Dali, Yunnan Province. On April 13, according to the latest news from the Information Office of the Heqing County Peoples Government of Dali, by about 18 p.m. on the 13th, two incoherent fire lines were formed in the fire field. The northern line spread from south to northeast, and the eastern line spread from west to east. Both of the two fire lines were fires. The fire situation was strong, and the wind direction of the fire field was uncertain, the mountain slope was steep, and the forest was dense. It was very difficult to extinguish and extinguish the fire.

Source: Responsible Editor of CCTV News Mobile Network: Li Wan_B11284