City of Casper reports approximately 30 acres have burned
According to Casper Fire Chief Kenneth King and the Deputy Assistant of Casper, Fleur Tremel, crews have graded a fire line around the fire and as long as the wind cooperates people will hopefully be allowed back in the area in a few hours.
The cause appears to be a male juvenile playing with matches.
Glacier Pl residents will be without water until tomorrow due to a water main break.
Residents on Ridgecrest and others are asked to stay out of the area still.
Casper Fire, Evansville, Mills, NC Airport and Mountain Fire responded to the fire as well as Natrona County Fire District.
Crews remain on scene to monitor the area and mop up hot spots. It has been reported by the city that approximately 30 plus acres have burned.