Several homes in St. George, Georgia have been evacuated due to a growing wildfire in Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Evacuation is mandatory for this town of 2,000 that is alarmingly close to the fire. According to officials, the fire is about 12 percent contained at this point. Here’s more on this devastating West Mims fire in Georgia:

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Our thoughts go out to anyone in the area who has been affected by this devastating wildfire. If you’d like to share any thoughts on the matter, feel free to do so.

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