Indian Creek Fire spreads to nearly 50,000 acres as smoke hinders air attacks

Firefighters manage a burnout operation on the Indian Creek Fire on Thursday, Aug. 20, to help contain the fire. (BLM photo)

JUNTURA – Smoke from wildfires is hindering the use of aircraft to contain the Indian Creek Fire, a range fire that new mapping shows has burned nearly 50,000 acres east of Juntura.

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management said in an update . . .

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