Fire Burned Over 1,200 Decares Near Bulgaria's City Stara Zagora
A fire has burned over 1,200 decares of land in the area of the Stara Zagora village of Ostra Mogila.
Yesterday it started from dry grass and bushes. During the night the fire reached Stara Zagora baths. It covers low vegetation and deciduous forests. The terrain is complicated, requiring extinguishing by hand. Firefighters, foresters and volunteers were involved in extinguishing the fire. There is no danger from people in nearby settlements.
The fire is under control.
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