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Rainy weather taming area wildfires

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Current weather conditions seem to be bringing a little hope to the current wildfire conditions in our listening area. WUFT-FM’s Alexa Padilla spoke with Suwannee Forestry District Wildfire Mitigation Specialist Kurt Wisner who says that doesn’t mean residents should become complacent in their wildfire prevention efforts.

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