On March 20th, Brush Truck 925 was special called to the Dredge in National Park to assist with a large brush fire. On arrival the crew was detailed to start on one side of the road break and then start to the other side. The crew used 200′ of the forestry line and the 300 gallons of water. Crews then started to use the brush rakes and then used a chain saw to remove trees that were top burning. Once the brush truck ran out of water the hose was disconnected and hooked to a National Park FD truck to complete the suppression. Once this was completed the crew restored the brush truck, refilled the tank and returned to the station.