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Natick fire at Bessey Ranger District 10% contained | KTIC Radio

Natick fire at Bessey Ranger District 10% contained

Natick fire at Bessey Ranger District 10% contained

Halsey, Ne. — The Natick Fire on the Nebraska National Forests & Grasslands, Bessey Ranger District was reported at approximately 6:00 p.m. Monday evening seven miles west of Halsey and ten miles southeast of Thedford. The fire size is estimated at 300 acres, and at noon today was determined to be 10% contained with all forward progress stopped.

Julie Bain, Bessey District Ranger, said, “The fire is located approximately two miles east of the Natick Campground and is completely on US Forest Service Lands. It is burning in thick timbered areas with a grass understory. The Natick Campground and portions of Forest Roads 212 and 203 are closed to through traffic. The main campground, Whitetail Campground, and the ATV trails are all open.”

The cause of the fire is unknown and is currently being investigated.

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