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Greenway fire surpasses 6,000 acres, destroys structure, endangers others

Posted at 12:02 PM, Mar 25, 2018
and last updated 2018-03-26 09:52:01-04

The Greenway fire is still burning. The Greater Naples Fire District say its covered 6,600 acres and is only 20% contained, as of Sunday.

The Caloosahatchee Forestry Center say the cause of the fire is lightning. 

Firefighters working in the Sabal Palm area say on occupied RV/home was lost and several other structures nearby was saved.




The Caloosahatchee Forestry Center is alerting residence of the nuisance heavy smoke can cause. 

The center released a list of precautions residents living nearby wildfires can take to ensure their safety.

This includes :







116th Ave SE Fire - Now 8,000 acres and 45% contained. One structure is currently threatened and one hunting camp was destroyed.

West Boundary Fire -  Now 2,200 acres and 50% contained.

Flag Pond Fire - Now 2,600 acres and 100% contained.

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