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Gold Creek Meadows Fire

MISSOULA -
 Firefighters are responding to a new fire approximately 17 miles northeast of Missoula and three miles east of Boulder Lake in the Gold Creek area on the Missoula Ranger District. The fire was reported to Missoula Interagency Dispatch about 5:30 P.M. Monday and is likely a lightning holdover ignition.

The fire is approximately 20 acres and burning in timber in a remote area. Two engines have been dispatched to the fire area to assess potential road access. Two helicopters are en-route to make water drops and slow the spread of the fire. Air tankers have been ordered for retardant.

As of 6:30 p.m. officials reported...
Size: 20 acres

Containment: 0 percent

Resources: Two engines, two helicopters en-route. Air attack on scene to coordinate retardant drops

Closures: No closures in place at this time

Terrain: Remote, forested area

Cause: Likely lightning holdover

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