A fire that burned nearly 600 acres of a New York state park has been contained.
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A Parks Department spokesman says no flames were seen Wednesday morning when the incident commander made a flyover of Harriman State Park.
Spokesman Peter Brancato also says there was no evidence of fire spreading in the steep and rocky terrain. He says the fire consumed 550 to 600 acres.
Dry weather has helped spark several brush fires in the area. Rangers established a containment line around the blaze on Tuesday and burned off some brush to fight the spread.
No homes have been damaged or threatened by the fire, which erupted Monday afternoon. No injuries have been reported.
The park straddles Rockland and Orange counties. It's about 46 miles north of midtown Manhattan.
Dave Lucas, WAMC News.
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