The West Mims Fire reportedly started after a lightning strike on April 15 and spread through Georgia's Okeefenokee Wildlife Reserve, covering more than 21,000 acres by April 17. USFWS and Georgia Forestry Commission/Twitter
The West Mims Fire reportedly started after a lightning strike on April 15 and spread through Georgia's Okeefenokee Wildlife Reserve, covering more than 21,000 acres by April 17. USFWS and Georgia Forestry Commission/Twitter

Smoke from massive Georgia fire moves into NC again

April 27, 2017 05:07 PM