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May 26, 2007

Ware County--Those south Georgia wildfires are forcing more evacuations in Ware County. About 20 homes there remain evacuated.

The fires have charred more than 550,000 acres in southeast Georgia and northern Florida.

The blaze has destroyed 21 homes in Ware County and at least a dozen in Florida.

The Georgia fire is currently sixty percent contained.

In Ware County, fireworks have been banned for the next sixty days.

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