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Picture shows the fire near Topock Marsh, Arizona, on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. According to Steve Lawrence, a former firefighter, fires occur there occasionally, especially in the hot dry summer months or the monsoon months and are caused by dry lightning strikes. (@GeologyLife/Newsflash)

SO MARSH FUMES: Thick Plumes Of Smoke Rise Above A Burning Wetland In Arizona

This footage shows dark, thick plumes of smoke rising to the sky after a marsh in Arizona caught on fire. https://youtu.be/HeDG_2OCtgc The heavy smoke was filmed by Steve Lawrence, 59, who told Newsflash in an interview that he came across the burning wetland near the town of Topock, in the…

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