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Army monitoring Kolekole Pass wildfire

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Army firefighters are allowing a wildfire to burn on several ranges near Kolekole Pass.

The fire began about 6:15 p.m. Wednesday at Range KR8 and is not threatening any facilities at this time, the U.S. Army Garrison said.

Army firefighters are monitoring it and still have not determined a cause.

The 300- to 400-acre fire is burning in an area that was scheduled for a prescribed burn in November, so officials are letting the fire burn out on its own.

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