A wildfire is being aggressively attacked by Boise National Forest crews 15 miles north east of Boise and about 4 miles east of Bogus Basin Monday evening. The smoke is topped out by a self generated storm cloud visible throughout the valley.
Forest service spokesman tells the GUARDIAN more than 40 firefighters are on the ground being assisted by aerial tankers, helicopters, and 5 fire engines.
KTVB.COM is leading the pack with visual coverage as of 6:45 p.m. with both viewer generated images and staff views including flames. Statesman has a shot from Bogus Basin Road.
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