Big Island firefighters spent the weekend tackling a large brush fire at Parker Ranch in Waimea on the Big Island.
The first fire broke out Friday afternoon.
Parker Ranch officials said more than 200 acres burned, and crews had to use a bulldozer to create a firebreak to contain the flames.
No structures were damaged and all the animals were safe.
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