Rapidly advancing flames force a retreat by three who were helping to fight the Little Dean Fire near Busby, Mont., on Saturday. The fire started Thursday on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation near Muddy, Busby and Long Jaw creeks, about eight miles southwest of Lame Deer. By Friday night, estimates put the fire between 3,000 and 4,000 acres, burning through trees, grass and some commercial timber. High winds blew the blaze toward Lame Deer, but officials said natural breaks should keep it away from the town.
CAPTION ONLY: WIND-WHIPPED BLAZE GAINS GROUND IN MONTANA
By Deseret News