Impact Area Fire Grows to 4,000 Acres

Fort Greely, Alaska BLM-Alaska Fire Service officials are monitoring the Oregon Lakes Impact Area Fire which has grown to over 4,000 acres. The fire is burning in a remote spot west of the Delta River that was burned over by the 2013 Mississippi Fire. The impact area is littered with UXO.

The Oregon Lakes fire was reported Range Control personnel who manage the Donnelly Training Area near Fort Greely. A spokesperson for the Fire Service released a statement that they "will continue to monitor the fire and work to contain it on Army-administered land."

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