CANYONVILLE, Ore-- The Douglas Forest Protective Association confirmed this fire was caused by lightning. It's called the North Gazley Fire.
The fire is about three miles north of Canyonville. It started around 6:00 pm on Friday. One helicopter and ground crews went to the fire. Crews were able to keep the fire at a quarter of an acre.
Overnight crews were on scene completing fire lines and moping up. We will update you when this fire is 100 percent contained.
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