Brush fire burns through woods in Sicklerville
SICKLERVILLE, N.J. - April 10, 2013 (WPVI) -- A brush fire broke out in a wooded area in Sicklerville, Camden County Wednesday morning.
The fire was discovered burning around 6:30 a.m. along Williamstown Road.
The New Jersey Forest Fire Service says the brush fire is about 60-percent contained right now, and if the weather conditions remain the same, they expect it to be 100-percent contained around noon.
The fire is expected to burn about 15 acres by the time its out.
Crews did an airplane water drop earlier this morning and now have a helicopter being used to guide firefighters.
The fire is not threatening any structures at this time.
No injuries have been reported.
camden county, new jersey, fire, brush fire, local/state
- Nelson Mandela dies at age 95
- Wet to Wintry
- WATCH: Action News Online
- 2013 Troop Greetings
- Photos: Nelson Mandela: Through the years
- Police raid alleged chop shop in North Philadelphia
- Restaurant owner slashes robber with sushi knife
- Feds accused of targeting minorities in stash house stings
- Center City rape victims speaks to Action News
- Surveillance: Christmas packages stolen from home
- Christmas decoration theft caught on camera
- Fmr. Marine's murder suspect held on $2M bail
- Photos: 21 suspects ID'd in Collingdale drug sweep
- Arrest in theft of Porsche part from Walker crash