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Cold Fire in western South Dakota about one-third contained

PRINGLE (AP) -- A wildfire in the Black Hills National Forest area of western South Dakota is about one-third contained and remains about 3 square miles in size.

PRINGLE (AP) - A wildfire in the Black Hills National Forest area of western South Dakota is about one-third contained and remains about 3 square miles in size.

No structure damage or injuries have been reported in the Cold Fire burning in the Black Hills National Forest, Wind Cave National Park, Norbeck Wildlife Preserve and on private land.

The fire was reported Saturday afternoon, east of Pringle. The cause isn't yet known.

The Great Plains Fire Information office says about 150 personnel are fighting the blaze on the ground and from the air. Overnight work focused on hot spots in anticipation of gusty winds Tuesday.

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