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Greece: Fire in Mouzaki, Ilia

September 11, 2022

ATHENS – A fire that started for unknown causes was burning an area of mixed farm and forest land in Mouzaki, Ilia on Sunday afternoon.

A force of 35 fire fighters and 12 fire engines, along with a team of fire fighters on foot, was sent to put out the wildfire, assisted by three fire fighting aircraft and a helicopter.

The fire did not yet pose a threat to inhabited areas, the fire brigade said.

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