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Loss of firefighters may lead to changes in Department of Agriculture practices

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After two forest rangers were killed last month in the Blue Ribbon Fire in Hamilton County, a review team was formed to investigate the incident. Their review has been released and Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Brianne Wigley spoke to Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Spokesman Sterling Ivey about the fire.

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