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Black Hawk helicopters join the firefighting efforts south of Nimrod

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NIMROD — A wildfire, apparently started by a vehicle driving through a grassy area, on Sunday and Monday burned more than 1,400 acres near Nimrod in Wadena County.

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reported gusty winds hampered firefighting efforts to stop the blaze, located about three miles south of Nimrod.

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