TALLAHASSEE (CBS4) – Florida firefighters are still battling more than 200 wildfires, despite rainfall over much of the state.

Most of the fires are burning in north Florida.

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The largest fire as of early Wednesday was in Baker County, just west of Jacksonville in northeastern Florida. Firefighters there reported they had 85 percent containment on a blaze covering more than 12,000 acres. Seven new fires were reported Tuesday.

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Rains in the southern two-thirds of the state have extinguished roughly 200 other wildfires in the past week.

Two firefighters were killed last week in Hamilton County in north Florida when a small, smoldering wildfire flared up and trapped them. Two of their colleagues trying to rescue them were injured, but have recovered.

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