Firefighters from all over Northern Michigan have teamed up with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources to fight a wildfire on Saturday evening, according to officials.

According to a tweet sent out by the Michigan DNR at around 2:15 p.m. on June 3 and referring to the blaze, it was first discovered in the region southeast of Grayling.

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The tweet said, “Michigan DNR fire crews are battling a wildfire southeast of Grayling. There is a road closure at this time, Staley Lake Road between 1 mile south of M-72 and Wilderness Trail. Avoid the area to give fire crews room to work on suppressing the fire.”

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The DNR further said, “Due to the wildfire southeast of Grayling, Staley Lake Road is now closed from M-72 to 4 Mile. Evacuations are in effect for residents along Staley Lake Road located southeast of Grayling. Residents on 4 Mile Road between I-75 and Staley Lake Road are on standby for possible evacuation. Aircraft from the USFS and MSP are assisting with fire suppression. For safety, a Temporary Flight Restriction is in place for a 5-mile perimeter around the fire below 5,000 feet. All other aircraft, including drones, need to avoid the area.”

All other aircraft — including drones — need to avoid the area, officials said.