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Spring Peak Fire 100% Contained

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Courtesy: Ce'arra Holton Courtesy: Ce'arra Holton

Fire crews have fully-contained the lightning-sparked Spring Peak Fire 30 miles southwest of Hawthorne in Mineral County.

The fire burned 14,230 acres since it started back on Saturday, August 17th.

Two injuries were reported during the fire.

 

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