Scorched earth: At its peak, the Deckerville Fire in Mason County, west of Matlock, grew to 150 acres and destroyed 13 structures, including five residences. On Sunday that fire was 50 percent contained.
Scorched earth: At its peak, the Deckerville Fire in Mason County, west of Matlock, grew to 150 acres and destroyed 13 structures, including five residences. On Sunday that fire was 50 percent contained. Courtesy Washington state Department of Natural Resources
Scorched earth: At its peak, the Deckerville Fire in Mason County, west of Matlock, grew to 150 acres and destroyed 13 structures, including five residences. On Sunday that fire was 50 percent contained. Courtesy Washington state Department of Natural Resources

Fire crews getting the upper hand on Mason County blaze

August 02, 2015 8:14 AM

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