UPDATE: Wildfire reported at Monte Lake

BC Wildfire crews are responding to a blaze near Monte Lake

UPDATE: 2:29 p.m.

The blaze near Monte Lake is an estimated 8 hectares in size.

BC Wildfire is on scen with ground crews and air support.

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A wildfire is being reported near Monte Lake off of Highway 97.

BC Wildfire crews are headed to the scene.

RELATED: 8 new fires sparked from Shuswap to Revelstoke

A significant column of smoke is being reported in the area.

The cause of the blaze is not known.

More to come.


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