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A spark from a cane train wheel is believed to have started a large fire that burnt through grazing land and cane fields at Mirani, west of Mackay yesterday.
Rural fire training officer Graham Andrew says the blaze burnt out more than 150 hectares but did not threaten houses.
He says crews battled the fire for more than five hours.
"There were five rural brigades represented there because two of the rural brigades don't have trucks," he said.
"There were probably eight or nine farm tractors there with bulk water tanks plus three rural trucks, two large bulldozers, a grader and two council water trucks."
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