Lightning Fire Burns 450 Acres In Idaho
BOISE (KTVB) -- The Bureau of Land Management says lightning caused a fire around 8 p.m. Thursday night near Ola, Idaho.Crews worked throughout the night to contain the 450 acre Ola Fire, and they're still working to get it contained today.
BLM officials say at one point 10 structures were threatened but are now secure.
Officials expect the fire to be contained by 8 p.m. Friday night and controlled by Saturday morning.
BLM crews are working with rural fire departments. The Boise hotshots should be on-scene shortly. Two single engine retardant planes have been released from the fire.