Mike Peterson, owner of the Iron Horse BBQ in Oakhurst, practices safe grilling when he utilizes the 38-foot, 22,000-pound Iron Horse train. The National Fire Protection Agency encourages other grillers to do the same this summer, as a majority of grilling fires happen in the summer season.
Mike Peterson, owner of the Iron Horse BBQ in Oakhurst, practices safe grilling when he utilizes the 38-foot, 22,000-pound Iron Horse train. The National Fire Protection Agency encourages other grillers to do the same this summer, as a majority of grilling fires happen in the summer season. File Photo Sierra Star
Mike Peterson, owner of the Iron Horse BBQ in Oakhurst, practices safe grilling when he utilizes the 38-foot, 22,000-pound Iron Horse train. The National Fire Protection Agency encourages other grillers to do the same this summer, as a majority of grilling fires happen in the summer season. File Photo Sierra Star

Going to grill this summer? National fire agency urges safe practices

May 10, 2017 10:03 AM

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