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Topic - robert brady
"It's starting to look fairly good," Brady said. "We're still in very dry conditions, so I would remind people to be careful out there."
Crews focused on securing fire lines around the roughly 3-square-mile blaze and looked ahead to rehabilitating the burn area to prevent erosion and possible mudslides, said U.S. Forest Service spokesman Robert Brady.