Wild Horse Sanctuary contained; another erupts
The Cedar Fire that was burning on the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary is controlled but crews are now working on another blaze.
The Great Plains Fire Information reports that the Brady Fire, seven miles east/southeast of Edgemont, has grown to 95 acres as of Friday evening and was not contained.
Cause of the Brady Fire is not known at this time.
Great Plains Fire Information is reporting a five-acre fire – named the Cedar Fire - is burning at the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary in Fall River County.
At the time of this post, the lightning-caused fire is 40 percent contained.
Resources include a helicopter, state and federal crews, and local engines.
This is just one of six fires crews are working on Thursday; although it is the largest. Click on
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Wednesday, there were six fires. The largest was the Crooked Creek Fire, burning about 3.33 acres southeast of Wasta that burned hundreds of hay bales.