BLAINE, Minnesota (WCCO) – Crews in Blaine are busy extinguishing a large grass fire on Saturday afternoon.
Officials say crews were dispatched to a blaze moving north toward 109th Avenue around 11 a.m.
Several departments, including the US National Parks Service and US Fish and Wildlife Services, responded to the 83-acre fire.
At 2:40 p.m. Saturday, Blaine police said the fire was under control, although about 30 firefighters were busy putting out hot spots.
It’s not clear at this time what caused the blaze, but officials say there is a risk of wildfires in the spring due to gusty winds and dry weather.
No injuries were reported and no houses were damaged.
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