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Wildfire burns around 5 acres north of Ft. Davis

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FORT DAVIS, TX (KWES) -

A wildfire sparked by lightning burned around five acres north of Ft. Davis on Wednesday afternoon. 

The Castle Mountain Fire started just after 1:15 p.m. 

Fire crews said they were able to quickly get the fire contained. 

Crews will continue to watch the area for any hot spots. 

We're told no structures were threatened as the fire was out in the county. 

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