A wildfire has consumed 470 acres of land in central Wyoming, authorities said Tuesday.
The Brush Creek Fire was discovered Sunday burning in rough terrain about 40 miles southwest of Douglas. It is located in rough terrain with scattered timber, grass and brush, according to the Wyoming State Forestry Division.
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There are no closures or evacuations for the fire, which is now being worked by 120 firefighters, seven engines and a helicopter.
Forecasters were predicting scattered thunderstorms in the area Tuesday afternoon along with wind gusts of up to 50 mph.