Lebanon Firefighters responded on Sept. 1 to a report of a RV fire located in the parking lot of a local Lebanon church.
Linn County dispatch initially reported fire coming from the engine compartment and spreading throughout the motor home.
Upon arrival of the first engines, crews found heavy fire extending throughout the RV, according to a press release from the Lebanon Fire District. The blaze was quickly knocked down by firefighters and a search of the vehicle was completed with no reports of casualties or injuries.
The uninjured driver of the RV says that the vehicle began to overheat and smell hot, and that he then pulled into the River Center parking lot to investigate when the fire was discovered in the engine compartment.
Lebanon Fire District responded with two engines carrying nine firefighters, and one ALS medic unit with two firefighters. Lebanon Fire District was assisted by the Lebanon Police.