SALT SPRINGS, Fla. -- Firefighters are working to see a massive wildfire contained in the Ocala National Forest.
It started Saturday and quickly spread to 1,900 acres, destroying at least 10 homes in its path.
Neighbor Jennifer Jackson looked around her neighborhood awe-struck, seeing firsthand the damage a wildfire can do.
"I'm just thankful that we have a home to come home to," she said.
She was worried when she got a call Saturday saying she couldn't come home. Her neighborhood had been evacuated. It wasn't safe. A wildfire was getting too close.
"It was in our yard. Definitely in our yard," she said.
According to the Florida Forest Service, high winds are making the fire hard to fight. It's 80 percent contained, but far from under control.
Wildfire Mitigation Specialist Ludie Bond said, "We can't call this fire under control yet because we still see smoke and flames in some areas."
Firefighters have been working on the ground and in the air, dousing flames and making barriers that the fire hopefully won't cross.
"We're preparing for tomorrow's wind shift," said Bond.
More than two dozen structures have been destroyed: sheds, garages, and homes.
Jackson is one of the lucky ones. Her home is still intact. She said, "We have a little bit of damage but nothing compared to what other people have suffered. So I feel blessed."
Forestry officials say this fire was probably caused by a human. There's been no lightning, so natural causes have been ruled out.
Evacuation orders have been lifted, for now.