On Wednesday, a fire in the forests of western Pennsylvania threatened a town in Pennsylvania’s Upper Peninsula.
The fire was brought under control on Wednesday afternoon by a combination of firefighting equipment and fire trucks.
Firefighters were able to contain the fire in parts of the town by clearing the forest and making sure that the surrounding area was safe.
The fire started in the woods of the Upper Peninsula State Park, according to the National Weather Service.
It has been burning for several days, and is expected to eventually reach the town of Lakeville in Pennsylvania.
Fire crews were also able to bring the fire under control with a water cannon.
Firefighters were also on scene Thursday afternoon.
Lakeville Mayor Jim Smith says there are currently no confirmed injuries from the fire, but residents should be prepared for the possibility of a long, hot day.
Smith says the town is now getting word that the fire has been brought under controlled conditions.
It is not yet clear how the fire started, but officials say the fire is a natural disaster, not an arson incident.
Lakeland has been without power for about three days and has had to shut down its school, fire station and many businesses due to the fire.
The town has also had to evacuate its water tower.