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Crews Say Bravo 17 Fire South of Fairview Peak

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Fire crews say the Bravo 17 wildfire has grown to 9,000 acres since starting Wednesday afternoon northeast of Schurz in Churchill County.

The fire started just before 4:30 p.m. 

There’s no immediate word on if any structures are threatened, or on how the fire started.

There's also no immediate word on any containment.

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