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Forest Service, firefighters prep to fight wildfires

State, local officials say ample rainfall may make East Texas less susceptible

Posted: Sunday, April 15, 2012 1:15 am

After a wildfire season in 2011 that saw the Texas Forest Service and fire departments across the state respond to more than 30,000 fires that burned nearly four million acres, both local and statewide officials are beginning to think East Texas may be less susceptible to blazes in the coming months.

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