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Wild Fires - The Immediate Face of Climate Change? (Weather)

by dan @, Sunday, November 11, 2018, 14:35 (35 days ago) @ dulan drift

This started at 6:30am or so and by noon the town was in trouble. Wind was gusting at 40mph, so it just took off immediately. It was apparently started by a faulty power transformer that was probably throwing sparks.

Apparently people were abandoning their cars and running out of town and there are miles of burned out cars along the side of the road. 6,700 buildings? Literally the entire town was burned to the ground, schools, homes, churches, stores, everything wiped out.


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