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June 10, 2014 6:25 AM

Everglades brush fire burns 20,000 acres; smoke may return to suburbs and coast

For hours on Monday morning, the surreal scene covered much of South Florida, cutting visibility in some places to a mile or two, obliterating parts of the skyline, closing a major road, forcing a health advisory, and sending first-day summer campers indoors.

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