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Tony HellerPLUS

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Beginning Of The Marshall Fire

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Originally uploaded to https://twitter.com/i/status/1476706677638402058 by Anjan Sapkota That barn is the initial source of the Marshall Fire, I'm at the stop light between S Foothill Highway (H 93), Marshall road and Eldorado Springs road. There is no fire beyond this point towards the west side. (11:30AM) #Boulder #Marshall #fire #ClimateEmergency #BreakingNews https://t.co/OFB8hnkAGC


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Uploaded half a year ago  

January 4th 2022  

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7 Comments

008klm

- half a year ago  

In country like that you need to remove all vegetation (especially trees, sagebrush, buckbrush, cheatgrass, et al) for firebreak at least 10 meters around house and all outbuildings. 20 meters is better. Expect fires to happen at any time and maintain firebreak ground free from fuel sources. Drag ground and lightly wet to keep down dust.

Cobia1

- half a year ago  

I live nearby, in construction for many decades, I've seen many chinook winds worst than this. One took out all windows on west side and filled house with sand drifts, another lifted newly installed subfloor off foundation and shifted it 10' off center.. This was puppy shit..

Lakefrontcabin2001

- half a year ago  

Calif. Gov. Newsom said last years fires were 95% arson......Not warming or change....

CatastrophicNE

- half a year ago  

If you look carefully at around :09 seconds in you can clearly see smoke upwind from the barn, behind what looks like some sort of mound. It could be that the road curves around that way and someone was dragging something. I saw a fire starting that way in the Bighorns once. Raced the few miles back down the road to the ranger station to report it, but they were already on it.

CaptainCope

- half a year ago  

Hmmm, what to do ? Get a Fire extinguisher?

Mikeyh0

- half a year ago  

I guess they didn't act fast enough.

Ole

- half a year ago  

We have a word in danish "brandstorm", an old expression not used much now-a-days. It means fire storm. In danish storm only means heavey wind, gale. In english it also means bad weather.