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'Under the Dome' crews build sets to burn down in upcoming scene

Crews are building some sets in Wallace Park to burn down during upcoming scenes in Under the Dome. Crews are building some sets in Wallace Park to burn down during upcoming scenes in Under the Dome.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – Crews are building some sets in Wallace Park to burn down during upcoming scenes in Under the Dome.

Prep work began Monday for a scene that will involve a character's house catching on fire and then spreading to a nearby home.

Crews are expected to start filming that scene in a little more than a week and wrap by April 9. Expect intermittent traffic delays during filming at the intersection of Barnett Avenue and 22nd Street.

The Wilmington Fire Department will keep an eye on the area during filming when the controlled burn starts.

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