A storm that passed through Douglas County on Thursday brought scattered showers and about 550 lightning strikes on land patrolled by the Douglas Forest Protective Association land, igniting at least one fire. DFPA spokesman Kyle Reed said the fire was burned one-tenth of an acre 18 miles northeast of Glide in the Trapper Creek area. DFPA responded with two engines and a helicopter. The district today planned to look from the ground and in the air for other fires. DFPA and the Glide Fire Department also responded to a vegetation fire Thursday afternoon near Milepost 24 on Highway 138 East, …
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