BOUNDARY COUNTY, Idaho — A fire near the U.S.-Canada border has burned 30 acres.
The Hall Mountain fire was detected on Thursday around 12:10 p.m.
According to the U.S. Forest Service Idaho Panhandle National Forests, five Firebosses, four Large Air Tankers, three Helicopters, a lead plan, air attack, the Panhandle Hotshots, Panhandle Helitack, and an engine with a crew of five are currently fighting the fire.
The fire is located approximately one mile from the U.S.-Canada border, it is burning in heavily timbered Subalpine Fir and dying Lodgepole Pine., according to the USFS.
This is a developing story and we will update when we receive information.