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Multiple agencies including 14 personnel responded to the fire scene Tuesday afternoon

PHOTO COURTESY OF JEFFERSON COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT #1 - A wildland fire burned 20 acres on NW Elm Lane Tuesday, July 13. It appears the fire started off the road on Elm Lane.

Jefferson County Fire District No. 1 put out a wildland fire on Northwest Elm Lane Tuesday, July 13.

The fire district release says the call came in as a structure fire. The fire grew quickly, burning grass, sage and juniper.

Fourteen personnel responded to the scene. They contained the fire to 20 acres.

The Central Oregon Interagency Dispatch, Bureau of Land Management Engines and Severity Engines out of Prineville pitched into the effort.

Warm Springs Fire and Safety, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office and Jefferson County Emergency Management Services all contributed.

No one sustained injuries.

The fire appeared to start off the road on Elm Lane.

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