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Alaska charter company pays $900k after guide caused wildfire by not properly extinguishing campfire

  • Groves Salmon Charters, an Alaska fishing guide company, has settled a lawsuit for $900,000 with the U.S. Government over a wildfire started by one of its guides.
  • Joshua McDonald, the guide, started a campfire that caused the fire. He failed to extinguish it properly, according to investigators.
  • The settlement will cover the costs of extinguishing the fire, which burned about 0.28 square miles, and holds accountable those responsible for igniting wildfires.
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