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Firefighters assemble near a large brush fire in (Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Firefighters assemble near a large brush fire in Kings Point Park.

Kings Point Park brush fire

More than 100 firefighters battled a Kings Point Park brush fire that charred several acres, authorities said.

More than 150 firefighters from across Long Island
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

More than 150 firefighters from across Long Island continued Sunday to battle a stubborn bog fire that burned as far down as six feet deep in Kings Point Park, according to fire officials. (Nov. 16, 2013)

More than 100 firefighters respond to a large
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

More than 100 firefighters respond to a large brush fire in Kings Point Park.

Firefighters drag connected hoses to the scene of
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Firefighters drag connected hoses to the scene of a large brush fire in Kings Point Park.

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Firefighters assemble near a large brush fire in
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Firefighters assemble near a large brush fire in Kings Point Park.

Firefighters await hoses to be filled from water
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Firefighters await hoses to be filled from water supply trucks so they can continue to combat a large brush fire in Kings Point Park.

A firefighter works to contain a large brush
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

A firefighter works to contain a large brush fire in Kings Point Park.

More than 100 firefighters work to contain a
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

More than 100 firefighters work to contain a large brush fire in Kings Point Park.

A firefighter works to contain a large brush
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

A firefighter works to contain a large brush fire in Kings Point Park.

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Firefighters assemble at a staging area near Red
(Credit: Steven Sunshine)

Firefighters assemble at a staging area near Red Brook Road in Kings Point close to the scene of a large brush fire.

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