Firefighters are still on the scene of the brush fire that ignited yesterday afternoon at Borelli Farm in North Haven. According to WTNH, "the fire is contained to one pile, but it will not be a quick task putting the fire out."
Due to the large amount of smoke from the fire, which could be seen hanging over Northford Center with the smell of fire in the air, North Branford Fire Chief advised residents in the area to keep windows closed.
Original Story: April 10, 4 p.m.
A brush fire in the area of Warner Road and Middletown Avenue in North Haven has drawn the attention from firefighters in the region.
Emergency responders from North Branford, and others are helping to put out the blaze. According to the New Haven Register, North Haven Fire Chief Vincent Landisio said the blaze could take several days to die down.
Brush fires are attributed to drought, which dries out vegetation and makes them susceptible to burning. On Monday, a , disrupting traffic and burning for hours.