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Firefighters contain 70 percent of huge wildfire in Georgia

Over 100 square miles of land have been charred in Georgia's worst wildfire in history. Firefighters have been able to contain 70 percent of the fire. The fire is expected to continue for another week.

The Times added that three other fires have also broken out in Georgia, none as major.

I had trouble imagining "100 square miles," and neither story did a good job of comparing it to a specific city or lake or anything for reference.