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Campground Spot Fire Extinguished in California’s Nevada County

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A small spot fire at a campground in Nevada County, California has been put out on Sunday, as per Peardale Chicago Park Fire.

The blaze ignited at Orchard Springs Campground, according to a report.

When crews arrived, a 30×30-foot flame was burning near the parked vehicles, as per the fire station.

Fire crews were able to extinguish the fire successfully and cut a hand line around the burned area with the assistance of Cal Fire.

This story originally appeared on Good Day Sacramento.

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