NJ Wildfires Burn Preserved Land

Two brush fires were burning land inside the Winslow Wildlife Management Area in Camden County, New Jersey on Friday, April 6, 2012.

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April 6, 2012: Two wildfires burned inside the Winslow Wildlife Management Area in Winslow Township, New Jersey.
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Smoke could be seen for miles off the Atlantic City Expressway.
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The fires were inside the Winslow Wildlife Management Area.
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That's the second largest piece of contiguous preserved land in Camden County, New Jersey.
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Dry and windy weather have created prime conditions for fires and the Central and Southern areas of the state are under a "Very High" fire warning, according to the New Jersey State Forest Service.
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The fire closes to the AC Expressway was burning across about 100 acres.
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This is video from an overpass.
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The forest service set up a command post on Winslow Road off the A.C. Expressway.
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