EMMETT, Idaho -- Bureau of Land Management crews responded to a grass fire on Freezeout Hill Saturday afternoon.

According to the BLM, the fire scorched around 320 acres.

Two helicopters, two air tankers and around a dozen engines responded to the fire.

The BLM said the fire was in steep terrain, but they were able to hold it at a road. Crews were then able to get a line around the fire and most of the active flames knocked down.

The fire was contained around midnight and was under control by 6 p.m. Sunday.

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