March 16 - Firefighters worked for hours to contain a rare three-alarm grass fire that they believe was fueled by powerful gusts of wind. Deborah Gembara reports.
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A rare three-alarm grass fire in Lincoln, Nebraska filled the sky with smoke. Firefighters battled for hours to contain the blaze which started in a field just outside the city.
It isn't clear what started the fire but high winds made it difficult to contain. Authorities closed down a rail line near the site as they worked to secure the area. They say they are concerned about the fire "rekindling." There are no reports of injuries or structural damage.
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