The worst appear to be over, but there is no containment as yet on the 10,500-acre fire in Wasco County.
THE DALLES, Ore. — Alert around the clock, fire crews spent the last 48 hours fighting Oregon’s largest wildfire so far this year — the Miller Road Fire near the town of Maupin in Wasco County.
In a Level 3 evacuation zone about three miles from where the fire actually began, fire crews were working Thursday to track down hot spots. While there wasn’t much in the way of visible fire, officials said that the fire is still considered completely uncontained, since high winds could whip
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