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Topic - Mark Grassel
The fire crept within six miles of Ellensburg, which is about 75 miles east of Seattle, Grassel said.
Fire commanders estimate the Washington blaze has burned at least 15,000 acres since it started Monday afternoon east of the town of Cle Elum, said Mark Grassel, a state Department of Natural Resources spokesman.