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30-Acre 'Neenach' Wildfire Burning in Lancaster

Neenach Fire Lancaster
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The "Neenach" Fire in Lancaster broke out this morning and has now burned over 30 acres in the area near Highway 138 and 230th Street [map], according to cbs2. The blaze has been classified as "second-alarm," and fire crews are on scene. There are no injuries, say authorities, and currently no structures are threatened. The cause of the wildfire is now under investigation.