Firefighters now have a brush fire in Pasco County under control.
The sheriff's office says the fire in the Moon Lake area is now 95 percent contained, though that 5 percent is still a cause for concern.
There's still a lot of smoke in the area. The Division of Forestry has issued visibility warnings for State Road 52 and County Road 587.
The fire grew to 150 acres at one point.
Forestry officials are still working on putting all the flames out.
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