July 10, 2020
See yesterday’s MidJersey.news story here: Jackson Brush Fire Creates Smoke Haze And Fallout In Area
JACKSON TOWNSHIP, NJ (OCEAN)–The New Jersey Forest Fire Service has reached 100% containment of the 204-acre wildfire in a remote area of the Colliers Mill Wildlife Management Area in Jackson Township.
As expected, significant rainfall today from Tropical Storm Fay assisted containment efforts.
All crews have been released from the wildfire scene. There were no injuries and no structures were in danger.
A Forest Fire Service pilot flying over the area Thursday afternoon spotted smoke and reported the fire.
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