Crews extinguished a 5-acre brush fire Friday afternoon in Collier County, according to the North Collier Fire Rescue District.
The fire began just before 4 p.m. between 56th Avenue Northeast and 58th Avenue and was extinguished just before 5 p.m., fire officials said. The cause of the fire remains unclear.
The flames threatened nearby structures, but no evacuations were ordered, fire officials said. An investigation is ongoing.
UPDATE: 56th-58th Fire is out. Crews remain on scene for mop up. @ImmFire_PIO @GN_Fire
— North Collier Fire Rescue (@NCFRPio) March 9, 2018
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