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GLOCESTER, R.I. (WPRI) — At least two brush fires cropped up during the dry air and wind on Friday, including a fairly large one in Glocester.

Crews were called to Indian Trail around 1 p.m. and arrived to find the fire already out of control and tearing through the woods. Neighboring departments were called in to help battle the flames.

Courtesy: Chepachet Fire Department

Meanwhile, flames were also seen in Pawtucket burning near a fence between two properties near Central Avenue and Chase Street.

The National Weather Service has placed our area under a “Red Flag” warning, meaning that fires could spread quickly due to dry and windy conditions. People should not burn brush and be wary of where they discard cigarettes under these warnings.

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