Wildfire in Central New Jersey Forces Evacuations

 A wildfire called the Jimmy’s Waterhole fire in Central New Jersey has burned 2,500 acres of federal, state,

 and private property in Manchester Township, leading to evacuations of 170 structures and threatening 75 others. 



 The fire was about 10% contained early Wednesday, with portions of Route 539 and Route 70 closed

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 and schools in Manchester Township School District closed for spring break. 


 Peak wildfire season in New Jersey is April, and officials say about 7,000 acres of the state’s forests are damaged 


 or destroyed each year by an average of 1,500 wildfires. 

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