“When Hurricane Michael struck the panhandle, it destroyed about 2.8 million acres of trees, and the leftover debris is creating a serious threat of wildland fire to the same communities struck by the storm more than three years ago,” said David Dietz, the Forest Area Supervisor for Liberty and Gadsden Counties.
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