Six Hamilton Fire Department vehicles are racing down Interstate 90 on their way to Helena to provide relief for exhausted firefighters in the Capitol city who have been battling a fire in the hills outside the Helena Valley non-stop for over 24 hours. Hamilton Fire Chief Brad Mohn says his department has a mutual aid agreement with the Helena Fire Department, and the six vehicles with 12 firefighters will be on duty from 7 pm tonight until 7 am tomorrow morning. The vehicles were forced to use lights and sirens to get through Missoula traffic on their way east to Helena
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