SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — The Florida Forest Service is working to contain a wildfire burning near the Seminole Ranch Conservation Area.
The Seminole County Fire Department responded to the intersection of State Road 46 and Morgan Alderman Road just before 1 p.m. for reports of a brush fire.
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According to the Forest Service, smoke from the fire could be impacting traffic on State Road 46.
Seminole County Expressway Fire pictures of SR 46. pic.twitter.com/OiiWFfaLLB— FFS Orlando (@FFS_Orlando) June 13, 2022
They’re asking drivers going through the area to use extra caution.
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The Forest Service says the fire is approximately 15 acres in size, but its forward movement has been stopped.
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