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US News: I-95 is open, but Jacksonville wildfire continues

First, the good news: I-95 opened Friday, and Memorial Day vacation plans continued. Now, the bad news: The Jacksonville wildfire that shut down the interstate Thursday is still raging on the Northside, hitting 600 acres Friday afternoon with only 30 percent contained.


Source:www.jacksonville.com


Posted: 2019-05-24 16:26:00

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