Officials say a fire is out at a closed radioactive waste site in Nevada, and law enforcement and state agencies are descending on the rural area to test air quality and check for any other problems.
It's still unknown how the fire started Sunday in the rural facility in Beatty, about 8 miles from populated areas.
The site had accepted low-level radioactive waste for 30 years before closing in 1992.
Members of the Nevada National Guard's hazardous detection unit are traveling to the site from Carson City with equipment that can detect radiation levels.
US Ecology said no evacuations have been ordered.
The fire was reported by US Ecology, which now operates a neighboring facility. The site where the fire started is now under the control of the state's Department of Health and Human Services.