NEW: Florida’s Bridge Fire Human Caused

St. John’s National Wildlife Refuge, Florida

Incident Summary

A wildfire broke out on Sunday, March 26, 2017, around 2000 (8pm) Hours, which has been deemed as human caused.

The Bridge Fire on the St. John's National Wildlife Refuge showing large, active flame lengths Sunday night, 3/27/2017

Credit: P Pearson/USFWS

Size Up, Location

The fire is said to be located approximately 0.5 miles West of Port St. John in the Wildlife Refuge in Florida.

The fire has scorched about 625 acres.

Containment Status

Firefighters have reached a 95% containment status.  The fire is currently smoldering and still torching as it burns itself out.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service firefighters assess the fire activity of the Bridge Fire at the St. John's National Wildlife Refuge.

Credit: C Hensler/Brevard County Fire Rescue

Resources

There are still 24 personnel attached to this incident.

Damage Assessments

There have been no evacuations, injuries or damages reported.

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