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Fri September 7, 2012
Residents Prepare For Possible Evacuation Near North Fork
More people are being asked to prepare for evacuation along the Idaho/Montana border due to the Mustang Complex fire.
The towns of North Fork and Gibbonsville are on alert for changing fire conditions that could require evacuation. The fire is within four miles of North Fork.
Meanwhile, Indian Creek and Sage Creek residents remain under evacuation notice. So far the Mustang Complex fire has burned 250-thousand acres and is 16 percent contained.