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AAA Storage Facility Narrowly Escapes San Antonio Wildfire | 1st American Storage

AAA Storage Facility Narrowly Escapes San Antonio Wildfire

September 9, 2011

September 13, 2011 – 1st American Storage is pleased to report that AAA Storage in San Antonio remains unscathed by the massive wildfire that ignited just outside Camp Bullis in Bexar County.


1st American Storage manages six self-storage facilities in San Antonio.  One of which, AAA Storage, is located merely three miles from Camp Bullis.  The 150 acre wildfire broke out last Wednesday, September 8, 2011 and came dangerously close to the property.  Fortunately no structures were damaged and residents were allowed back into their homes early Wednesday evening. 


“You can’t see the fire, but you can still smell smoke,” says AAA Storage Property Manager Michelle Graham.  Although many fled the area for safer ground, Michelle refused to leave the property until evacuation was imminent.  Michelle was determined to protect the facility and prepared to contact the owners if the property was in direct threat.  ASRM has continued to monitor the status of the fire to ensure that the property and contents are safe. 


AAA Storage feels very lucky to have narrowly escaped the massive wildfire but realizes that many others across Texas have not been so fortunate.  1st American Storage expresses its deepest condolences to those who have lost loved ones and homes to the devastating wildfires.