Fire Woes Widespread, but Typical Though several areas of the United States are seeing outbreaks of wildfires, a fire expert says this season is not unusual. However, he says the intensity of the fires in Florida and Georgia are out of the ordinary.
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Fire Woes Widespread, but Typical

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Fire Woes Widespread, but Typical

Fire Woes Widespread, but Typical

Fire Woes Widespread, but Typical

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Why are we seeing so many fires so early this season? Should we expect even more as the summer heats up? Federal fire coordinator Mike Fitzpatrick talks with Madeleine Brand.