The Miller fire, near Pioche, Nevada, was 10 percent contained and had burned through 5,540 acres, as of 9 am on Monday morning, June 29, fire officials said. The fire broke out on Friday afternoon due to lightning.
Aerial footage released by the Bureau of Land Management in Nevada shows the fire burning on June 27 with plumes of smoke rising into the sky.
Elsewhere in the state, officials said the Mahogany fire, which started on Mount Charleston, about 40 miles west of Las Vegas, on June 28, had grown to around 5,000 acres by the early hours of Monday. Credit: Bureau of Land Management – Nevada via Storyful