Fire crews made two trips to McDonald Way in The Dalles on Wednesday to deal with fires. The first call was just after 5 p.m. Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue’s Jay Wood says the fire was limited to under one acre. It did burn a motorhome, car, and outbuilding. Wood said the fire was human-caused, but could not release specifics. He added access was an issue, as a bridge with a weight limit too light for a heavier engine led to crews waiting for smaller brush trucks to arrive. Then just after 11 p.m. crews were brought out again to deal with a spot fire that occurred as a result of the first fire, and it burned about half-an-acre. Crews from Dallesport, Mosier, the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, and Oregon Department of Forestry assisted MCFR in dealing with the fires. No one was injured in either fire.