TUSCARORA RESERVATION (WIVB) - A fire was still burning Monday morning, after starting Sunday afternoon. By Monday afternoon, the fire was out. Many viewers have been contacting News 4, asking details about the fire. Fire officials say there was no immediate danger to people or buildings.
Firefighters say the type of fire on the Tuscarora Indian Reservation occurs every couple of years, and can take up to a couple of days to burn out.
The access road to the swamp is too wet for firefighters to get close enough to fight the fire. Lewiston Police and fire departments were monitoring the fire Monday morning, making sure it doesn't get too out of control.
Firefighters were on scene since the fire started, but they can't get close enough to the fire to put it out.
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