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Louisville, Colorado Drone Footage

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New Year's Eve 2021 https://odysee.com/@Velyaminov:a/Louisville%2C_Co_First_light_shows_destruction_from_Marshall:5?r=HdXXqA6C9tsPdDRGDaKdBTU95ffwfGL7


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Uploaded half a year ago  

January 1st 2022  

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20 Comments

Just4Looking

- half a year ago  

Fire is racist.

King_Miura

- half a year ago  

The developer who built the subdivision obviously did not care about fire danger. Roofing and outside wall material that is fire proof would have been a huge help....and landscaping that does not include flammable bushes next to homes.

miverson60

- half a year ago  

It is obvious they don;t have fire dept.

Wonbadood

- half a year ago  

And someone might want to give a copy of "The Three Little Pigs" to the local planners. It gives some very good insights into how to build a house.

Elvisboy777

- half a year ago  

This is clearly due to Glowball Whining

ePostings

- half a year ago  

I hope Tony Heller's family and house are fine.

ePostings

- half a year ago  

I forgot that the Hellers moved to Wyoming. 😎

GordonVigurs

- half a year ago  

Why are the trees unaffected? Perhaps I am naive and ignorant, but shouldn't we expect a forest fire to consume trees? It looks much more like systematic arson.

BWK

- half a year ago  

grass fire

GordonVigurs

- half a year ago  

Does grass have sufficient calorific value to do that level of damage?

2tearsystem

- half a year ago  

perhaps the chemtrails assist in events

GordonVigurs

- half a year ago  

My mistake, I forgot that American houses were largely of wood construction with shingle roofs, rather than the brick with tiled or slate roofs.

zendogbreath

- half a year ago  

How are these fires possible? Are these not electrical fires? Does this look like the fires in California and Australia from previous years?

Deplorable Neanderthal

- half a year ago  

Exactly my thoughts.

mikemorgan

- half a year ago  

There is something odd happening here. This not natural fire behavior.

BWK

- half a year ago  

are you a fire expert ?

Deplorable Neanderthal

- half a year ago  

Odd, indeed. All from one transformer blowing? Either arson or DEWs.

2tearsystem

- half a year ago  

yeah its something else than normal . and it aint climate change

sailingspt

- half a year ago  

It appears that these developments and homes were built without considering the possibility that fire that could result in such devastation.

Deplorable Neanderthal

- half a year ago  

Good point. Louisville is not a new development, been around for well over 50 years, but these suburbs seem new(ish). Front Range of CO was ON FIRE just 20-some years ago and insurance rates were adjusted for houses up close to the foothills. This isn't nearly as close to the foothills... it's pretty weird.