The fires, which were two of four that broke out in South Jersey last week, burned more than 500 acres of forest.
Shortly after firefighting crews gained control over four blazes burning in central and southern New Jersey, a new fire broke out Friday.
The forest fire started at about 11:42 a.m. on the border of Beachwood and Berkeley Township in Ocean County.
A volunteer firefighter came to the aid of a man struck by lightning at the Jersey Shore.
Police in Berkeley Township received a call about a swimmer in distress in Fischer’s Pit around 8:44 p.m. on July 2nd.