Ten Acre Fire in Alachua County Contained
ALACHUA COUNTY, FL:
An eight to ten acre fire has been contained in Northwest Alachua County. According to Alachua County Fire Rescue, the fire started just after three O'clock in the afternoon.
Fire Rescue was able to determine the fire started from workers hay baling on the property. They noticed the fire and attempted to put it out.
No injuries or equipment damage was reported. Fire Rescue should have the fire completely out within the next couple of hours.
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