South Jersey Forest Fire Spreads to Over 1,500 Acres
There is a Red Flag Warning for all of New Jersey for dangerous fire conditions because of the wind gusts and dry ground.
According to NBC 10, firefighters from the State Forest Fire are battling an intense fire inside the Bevans Wildlife Management Area in Cumberland County. The fire already has affected over 1,500 acres.
The fire began yesterday at 2 PM. More than 2225 acres burned in less than three hours. Wind gust of up to 30 MPH have mad the fire hard to control.