Wildfire burns 3,500 acres in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

SCHOOLCRAFT COUNTY, Mich -- A wildfire is still raging in a remote part of Michigan.

Crews are working to contain the flames. It's burning at the Seney National Wildlife Refuge. A lightning strike over the weekend is the suspected cause.

So far, it's burned more than 3,500 acres. It's about 65 percent contained. Luckily, no one has been hurt.

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