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Lightning Caused Fire Near Seeley Lake Burns 10 Acres

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SEELEY LAKE -

Ten acres near Colt Lake, north of Seeley Lake, adds to an already crowded plate for for crews battling Montana wildfires.

Two helicopters, a ten man Forest Service crew, and a hotshot crew are all working to contain the 10-acre fire.

No homes are in danger at last check.

 

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