Cedar Creek Fire 0% Contained, Forces Evacuations Over Weekend

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Around 60 miles east of Eugene, Oregon, you will find the small town of Oakridge in central Oregon where the Cedar Creek Fire has been burning. The fire is said to have started as a result of a lightning storm in the Willamette National Forest, which sparked on August 1st. At the time of writing this, the fire has burned over 86,000 acres and is reported to be at 0% containment, according to the state.

The Oregon wildfires have now made national news as the Cedar Creek Fire, which has quadrupled in size, is one of 21 fires currently burning in

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