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Mike Lindbery

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Ventura County , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (805) 654-2000

Direct Phone: (805) ***-****direct phone

Email: m***@***.org

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Ventura County , Inc.

800 South Victoria Avenue

Ventura, California,93009

United States

Company Description

Ventura County Real Estate offers a great variety of properties at many various prices and locations. We are experienced Ventura County REALTORS® who are experts in the area and the properties available and we will guide you through the home buying process and... more

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KVTA News » KVTA

www.kvta.com [cached]

Ventura County Fire Captain Mike Lindbery told KVTA News one person was critical, the other had minor injuries.
He says the rig was a reefer truck loaded with beets.


www.afa2899.org

Ventura County Fire Chief Mike Lindbery announced the tragic loss of Fire Engineer Ryan Osler in line of duty vehicle accident just moments ago.


www.thetrucker.com

nurse who heard the blast helped the critically injured victim, an 18-year-old man who died hours later at a hospital, Ventura County Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery said.
His 17-year-old friend was hospitalized with minor injuries and expected to survive.


wtov9.com

A nurse who heard the blast helped the critically injured victim, an 18-year-old man who died hours later at a hospital, Ventura County Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery said.
His 17-year-old friend was hospitalized with minor injuries and expected to survive.


www.firehouse.com

One of the tanks, which contained 3,150 gallons of oil, broke during the fire, Capt. Mike Lindbery, a spokesman for the Ventura County Fire Department, said.
The spilled petroleum did not spread beyond a berm built around its base, he said, noting petroleum tanks are required to have such berms. Numerous agencies were involved with the operation, Lindbery said, including the county's environmental health department, the state Department of Fish and Game and the California Division of Oil and Gas. The fires were in the remote and hilly back country outside Fillmore, Lindbery said. Firefighters stayed upwind from the fire in part because of the noxious fumes produced by the blaze. They include hydrogen sulfide, which he said is very deadly. "Because the fire is in a tank, the best thing to do might be to just let it burn itself out," Lindbery said Friday morning. Using foam or other fire-suppression material on the fire could result in the petroleum boiling out of the tank, thereby spreading the fire and causing other environmental damage, he said. A helicopter was overhead helping those on the ground to monitor the fire. Among the things officials had to deal with, was finding a safe way to get to the tank along winding, steep and often narrow dirt roads. Firefighters contacted representatives from petroleum company to make sure no additional petroleum was let into the tanks during the fire, Lindbery said. "We expect to remain on scene for quite some time," Lindbery said.


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