Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone Slough Creek Fire Comes, Goes

Believed to have been started by humans, the Slough Creek Fire was discovered burning in sagebrush and Douglas Fir north of the Slough Creek Trail, and east of the Slough Creek Campground.

The park’s wildland fire engine, two helicopters, and the Chief Mountain Hotshots were dispatched to suppress the fire.

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