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Winds Fuel Brush Fire, Concerning Poinciana Residents

Poinciana, FL – A large brush fire at 117 Pansy Lane has escalated concerns among residents of Poinciana as Polk County Fire Department and U.S. Forestry Service battle to contain the blaze. The fire, fueled by heavy winds, has posed significant challenges for firefighters due to the dense brush and difficult terrain.

The fire was first reported in the early afternoon, and ISC News & Media reporters arrived on scene to find fire crews struggling with the dense underbrush and limited access routes. The location's challenging conditions have hampered the firefighting efforts, prompting an escalated response from federal agencies.

As the fire continued to grow, the U.S. Forestry Service was called in to assist. Helicopters were dispatched to the scene to release water in an attempt to try and dampen the flames. The windy conditions prevalent in the area have led to the fire spreading even further, posing an increased threat to nearby residential zones.

Local authorities are closely monitoring the situation. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. The community remains on high alert as teams work tirelessly to bring the fire under control.



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