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Fire South of Browning
Fire South of Browning
As of Sunday afternoon, the fire burning south of Browning in northern Montana (Spotted Eagle Fire - Family Peak Complex Wildfire) has grown significantly and is not yet contained in any measurable amount. We've got the latest from the Lewis & Clark National Forest:
[UPDATE] Fire Reported at MM 36 on 89 South Near Caledonia – Evacuations Mandatory [MAP]
[UPDATE] Fire Reported at MM 36 on 89 South Near Caledonia – Evacuations Mandatory [MAP]
MANDATORY EVACUATION West of Inverness including Inverness Road, Loc Lomond and Black Hawke. The fire is moving towards Old Yellowstone Trail and several houses are being warned of the possible danger. Real time map here. An evacuation of all houses on the west side of Inverness is now necessary. Park County officials are reporting that a fire has started at mile marker 36 on 89 South.
Tips From the Pros On How to Prevent Firework Fires
Tips From the Pros On How to Prevent Firework Fires
Montana State Fire Marshal, Allen Lorenz, is asking all Montanans to help prevent forest fires this 4th of July by not lighting any fireworks. Is this something you can do? While many of us will inevitably buy fireworks to celebrate, I think we can all agree that we don't want to start any more fires. That's why I reached out to the firework distributors to ask what they are doing to help prevent