August 14, 2006
Suburban growth, this year's generally dry conditions, and changes in land-use patterns are causing a rise in wildfire-related injuries and deaths in Georgia.
Forest rangers say that with development pushing into rural areas and dry woods, grass and weeds burn more intensely.
Several southeastern states are having a deadlier wildfire season than usual.
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