ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A wildfire burning near Cuba has drawn firefighters from the village and two counties, New Mexico State Forestry reported late Tuesday.
The blaze dubbed the Tinnian Fire is churning though piñon and juniper southwest of the village and north of the Torreón chapter house.
Firefighters from Cuba and Sandoval and McKinley counties are responding.
No structures are threatened.
State Forestry spokesman Dan Ware said a rough estimate puts the fire at eight acres. Initial suspicions are that it was caused by lightning, he added.
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