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Gibralter Ridge Fire only 27% contained

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EUREKA, Mont. -

The Gibralter Ridge Fire, burning 7 miles east of Eureka, Montana is now 27 percent contained.

The lightning caused fire started nearly a month ago on August 7th, and is 6,565 acres.

Lincoln County Sheriff's Offices says pre-evacuation warnings are in effect for Sherman Creek, Griffith Creek, Theriault Pass Road, Stevens Creek, Glen Lake, and Sinclair Creek areas.

Residents should be aware that the evatuation situation will be updated if fire activity changes. 

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