14 wildfires burning in Jacksonville
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Fire crews are busy in Jacksonville where more than a dozen fires are burning.
The Florida Forest Service says Saturday's fire on San Pablo Road will be investigated by the Office of Agricultural Law Enforcement. Investigators don't know if the fire was an accident or deliberately set.
It burned more than 13 acres of dry brush. The fire is now 100-percent contained.
The largest wildfire in the Jacksonville Fire District is burning in Clay County near Moss Oak Loop and Buggy Whip Trail. The cause of that fire is undetermined, but it's burned 19 acres.
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