Park Rangers are blaming lightning for a five acre fire inside Denali National Park. When a crew flew over the fire at noon Thursday, there was no visible smoke. The blaze burned a five acre area, 15 miles north of the park road along the East Fork drainage of the Toklat River. Park officials are concerned about an historic cabin located within three miles of the fire. Crews plan to fly over the fire again this evening.
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