Controlled burn at fort might produce smoke over the area

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Fort Gordon Forestry will be conducting a controlled burn at the military base until 6 p.m. today.

The forestry service is burning 364 acres. Smoke from the fire should be visible to motorists on parts of Deans Bridge Road, according to an e-mail from Columbia County Emergency and Operations Director Pam Tucker.

The purpose of the burn is “fuel reduction,” according to the e-mail.

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My_2nd
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My_2nd 03/05/09 - 03:08 pm
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"burn may produce smoke" ???

"burn may produce smoke" ??? hell...who would have thought burning something may produce smoke. thanks for the insight AC.

gnumbgnuts
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gnumbgnuts 03/05/09 - 03:09 pm
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News flash. Burning

News flash. Burning underbrush might produce smoke.

My_2nd
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My_2nd 03/05/09 - 03:09 pm
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ft. gordon is not even in

ft. gordon is not even in columbia county, yet pam tucker seems to always make the announcements concerning the base. she loves her voice to be heard now doesn't she?

DuhJudge
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DuhJudge 03/05/09 - 04:41 pm
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ackk...kgaack...hhuuagccckkkk

ackk...kgaack...hhuuagccckkkk....kuughhhhkk....killin' me

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