Firefighters Battle Against Wildfires In Florida Panhandle Area
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Firefighters and emergency workers were battling two massive wildfires in an area of the Florida Panhandle that was still recovering from the destruction caused by a Category 5 hurricane more than three years ago. The 9,000-acre Bertha Swamp Road fire and the 1,400-acre Adkins Avenue fire threatened homes and forced the evacuation of hundreds of residents in Bay County, Florida, over the weekend. The Adkins Avenue fire destroyed two structures and damaged another 12 homes late Friday, March 4, 2022, in the video published on March 6, 2022, “Firefighters continue to battle 2 massive wildfires in Florida Panhandle“, below:
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