Smoke from 'huge fire' in Collier County drifts into Broward County

Massive brush fire burning at Big Cypress National Preserve

Smoke from a massive fire at Big Cypress National Preserve is drifting into Broward County. (National Park Service)

PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – A massive brush fire in Collier County is sending smoke east to Broward County.

Nearly 22,000 acres have burned at the Big Cypress National Preserve, WZVN in Fort Myers reported.

"It's a huge fire," Florida Forest Service spokesman Scott Peterich told Local10.com.

Peterich said a northwest wind is causing the smoke from that fire to drift into Broward County.

The fire has been burning for more than a week.

Monica Pognon, a spokeswoman for Broward County's environmental services, said the air quality is good.

As of Wednesday, the fire was only 11 percent contained.

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