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Smoke Hole Fire Nearing its End in West Virginia

Fire and Rescue crews said Thursday the fire is almost 100 percent contained.
WEST VIRGINIA - After fighting the blistering heat and smoke for 12 days with no end in sight, fire and rescue crews announced the Smoke Hole fire inside the Monongahela National Forest is extinguished. 

Crews said Thursday the fire is almost 100 percent contained. 

As we've reported, the Smoke Hole fire started over a week ago on November 10, 2013. 

U.S. Forest Service officials say no structures were affected. 

About 65 firefighters, including two crews from Colorado and Wisconsin assisted with the fire. 
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