BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Officials in Maryland said Wednesday they have been receiving phone calls for reports of an odor of smoke and heavy smoke conditions in what they believe to be related to a large brush fire in Camden County, New Jersey.

“We currently have an odor of smoke and haze of smoke in Harford County due to a wildfire in Camden County, New Jersey. We are receiving a high number of 911 calls in reference to it at this time and are continuously assessing the situation,” the Harford County Department of Emergency Services said.

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Baltimore County Fire Department also said that they have been receiving a high-volume of similar calls.

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“The 911 Center has been receiving multiple calls in the Baltimore area related to heavy smoke conditions in the area. It appears the cause of the smoke is related to a large brush fire in New Jersey. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates,” the fire department tweeted.

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CBS Philly reports the fire happened Tuesday night in the Winslow Wildlife Management Area in Hammonton, New Jersey. Firefighters said the flames burned 750 acres.