The U.S. Forest Service is investigating a recent forest fire and is interested in any information the public may have about how the fire may have started.
On November 11, 2013, the fire was discovered on the Plumas National Forest (PNF) near the intersection of Forest Route 422(Snake Lake road) and forest road 24N27 in the Snake Lake area. The fire was contained later the same day at just over 20 acres.
Please contact the PNF Emergency Communications Center (dispatch) at 530-283-7833 or Forest Service law enforcement at 530-283-7769 with any information.
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