Fire damage at Sunshine Cove covers about one-half acre on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Capital City Fire/Rescue reports they responded to a wildfire at Sunshine Cove Friday night. Fireworks found on the scene are the suspected cause of the fire according to Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Chad Cameron. (Michael Penn Juneau Empire)

Fire damage at Sunshine Cove covers about one-half acre on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Capital City Fire/Rescue reports they responded to a wildfire at Sunshine Cove Friday night. Fireworks found on the scene are the suspected cause of the fire according to Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Chad Cameron. (Michael Penn Juneau Empire)

Photos: Wildfire damages Sunshine Cove

Fireworks possible cause of fire at Sunshine Cove.

Here, photographs taken Monday depict damage from a wildfire at Sunshine Cove on Friday night. The damage was spread out over a half acre of land.

Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Chad Cameron said fireworks are the suspected cause of the fire.

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Fire damage at Sunshine Cove covers about one-half acre on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Capital City Fire/Rescue reports they responded to a wildfire at Sunshine Cove Friday night. Fireworks found on the scene are the suspected cause of the fire according to Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Chad Cameron. (Michael Penn Juneau Empire)

Fire damage at Sunshine Cove covers about one-half acre on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Capital City Fire/Rescue reports they responded to a wildfire at Sunshine Cove Friday night. Fireworks found on the scene are the suspected cause of the fire according to Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Chad Cameron. (Michael Penn Juneau Empire)

Fire damage at Sunshine Cove covers about one-half acre on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Capital City Fire/Rescue reports they responded to a wildfire at Sunshine Cove Friday night. Fireworks found on the scene are the suspected cause of the fire according to Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Chad Cameron. (Michael Penn Juneau Empire)

Fire damage at Sunshine Cove covers about one-half acre on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Capital City Fire/Rescue reports they responded to a wildfire at Sunshine Cove Friday night. Fireworks found on the scene are the suspected cause of the fire according to Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Chad Cameron. (Michael Penn Juneau Empire)

Fire damage at Sunshine Cove covers about one-half acre on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Capital City Fire/Rescue reports they responded to a wildfire at Sunshine Cove Friday night. Fireworks found on the scene are the suspected cause of the fire according to Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Chad Cameron. (Michael Penn Juneau Empire)

Fire damage at Sunshine Cove covers about one-half acre on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Capital City Fire/Rescue reports they responded to a wildfire at Sunshine Cove Friday night. Fireworks found on the scene are the suspected cause of the fire according to Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Chad Cameron. (Michael Penn Juneau Empire)

Remnants of fireworks at Sunshine Cove on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Capital City Fire/Rescue reports they responded to a wildfire at Sunshine Cove Friday night. Fireworks found on the scene are the suspected cause of the fire according to Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Chad Cameron. (Michael Penn Juneau Empire)

Remnants of fireworks at Sunshine Cove on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Capital City Fire/Rescue reports they responded to a wildfire at Sunshine Cove Friday night. Fireworks found on the scene are the suspected cause of the fire according to Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Chad Cameron. (Michael Penn Juneau Empire)

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