Smoke Closes Roads, Hampers Florida Firefighters

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Wildfires along the Georgia-Florida border are producing thick clouds of smoke that have closed major roads and limited the ability of firefighters to combat the blaze from the air.

Annaleasa Winter, a fire specialist with the Florida Division of Forestry, speaks with Jacki Lyden about the battle.



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