A 5-acre grass and brush fire that sparked out East Fork on Labor Day is now fully controlled, according to the South Idaho Interagency Dispatch Center.
The Button Fire was first called in by an East Fork resident who spotted smoke in the area around 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 5.
It was detected around five miles northeast of Triumph, just south of Pioneer Cabin, on Monday evening. A Forest Service engine and helicopter team were dispatched to the fire, which was declared fully contained on Tuesday and no longer active on Thursday.
Post a comment as anonymous
Watch this discussion.
Welcome to the discussion.