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Wildfire season in South Carolina normally starts in late winter and early spring.
Given the weather conditions, officials here are keeping a close eye on things, especially after a 15-acre pasture off Pardue Road burned Wednesday about 1 p.m.
Firefighters from Shiloh-Zion and Camp Creek volunteer fire departments, Lancaster County Fire Service and a S.C. Forestry Commission plow worked for about two hours to bring the blaze under control.
About the same time, firefighters in the southern portion of the county were bringing a small roadside blaze under control.
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