FORT PIERCE, Fla. — Crews were at the scene of a 113-acre wildfire in St. Lucie County Tuesday afternoon.
Shortly before 6 p.m., the Florida Forest Service said the fire was 100% contained.
The fire was located off Highway 70, about 4 or 5 miles west of Sneed Road in Fort Pierce.
FFS said 4 dozers were at the scene.
FPL was contacted concerning powerlines nearby.
No structures were damaged or destroyed, officilas said.
No injures have been reported.
Dome House Fire Update - The fire is 100% contained at 113.9 acres. No structures were damaged or destroyed. No injuries. pic.twitter.com/J1t6ENeUP0— FFS Okeechobee (@FFS_Okeechobee) June 1, 2021
There is an estimated 100 acre wildfire in Saint Lucie County off of Hwy 70, 4-5 miles west of Sneed Road. We currently have 4 dozers on scene along with FD. FPL has been contacted in regards to nearby powerlines. 1 structure threatened. FD is providing structure protection. pic.twitter.com/klo5jWc7K9— FFS Okeechobee (@FFS_Okeechobee) June 1, 2021