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The Brush Fire That Affected Pasco County Homes Has Been 90 Percent Extinguished.

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On Friday, April 9th firefighters were battling a massive forest fire in Pasco County. According to a press release, Pasco County Fire Rescue engines and brush vehicles were stationed to protect homes on Banner Stone Court and Blue River Drive near Anclote High School in Holiday.

Residents in the region were put on “alert,” but no evacuations were requested, according to authorities. Local firefighters are being aided by the Florida Forest Service, as are airborne teams from the Pinellas and Hillsborough sheriff’s offices. Around 7 p.m., Pasco County Fire Rescue tweeted that the forest fire was 90 percent contained.

Residents in the Holiday area should prepare to see smoke in the night, according to the tweet.

Firefighters will continue to look for hotspots in the field.

What if your home suffered from fire damage? Here’s everything you need to know.

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Fire damage can affect all or part of a property.  Fortunately, homeowners’ insurance policies cover damage for fire, smoke and water. At the Insurance Litigation Group. we will walk you through the terms of your insurance policy and the insurance claims process. We will take the time to thoroughly analyze your policy and will work to resolve any coverage dispute and also litigate issues of liability and damages to achieve an expeditious payment of benefits owed. Our office includes speakers of English, Spanish, Creole and Russian to meet your needs

Contact us today for a free consultation if your property has sustained fire, smoke or water damage.

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