Firefighters are working two fires that are creating a lot of smoke across parts of South Florida.
Fire crews are battling a brush fire in West Miami-Dade.
Smoke and ash from a brush fire in the eastern Everglades has spread as far south as Kendall. Forestry officials said lightning sparked the fire Saturday night north of I-75 and west of U.S. 27 but it wasn’t until Sunday that the smell of smoke caught people’s attention.
Smoky conditions from a fire burning in the eastern Everglades affected morning commutes and air quality from Palm Beach to Miami-Dade Monday morning.
A brush fire near Florida City created a traffic detour for drivers traveling to or from Monroe County on U.S. 1 on Saturday, May 17th.
Power is out for residents in an area affected by a brush fire that started burning Wednesday afternoon.
Good news for drivers headed into or out of the Florida Keys. Card Sound Road has reopened after being closed all night due to a large brush fire which has scorched more than 1,200 acres.
Residents of western Broward County may have noticed the smell of smoke in the air. It’s from a 250 acre brush fire burning west of U.S. 27.
A brush fire near Zoo Miami is mostly out. Tuesday morning all that remained of it were several small sputtering fires that were going out on their own.
Forestry officials and firefighters worked for hours to contain a brush fire that broke out Monday afternoon.