BRYCEVILLE, Fla.-- At least 10 structures were destroyed in a wildfire in Nassau County, Florida Wednesday.
That's according to a series of tweets on the Florida Forest Service's verified Twitter account.
— FL Forest Service (@FLForestService) March 22, 2017
Officials say the fire was caused by a man burning paper book books Wednesday afternoon.
Burning household garbage is illegal in Florida.
#GarfieldRoadFire was caused by someone burning paperback books off CR121 in Nassau County. Burning household garbage is illegal in Florida
— FFS_Jacksonville (@FFS_Jax) March 23, 2017
The Garfield Road fire has burned an estimated 350 to 400 acres along County Route 119 near Bryceville.
Emergency and firefighting crews from multiple agencies worked throughout the night, and Florida Forest Service officials say the fire is no longer spreading.
Evacuations have been ordered along nearby County Route 119 as a precaution.