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‘Unprecedented’ Wildfires Leave Trail of Devastation at Marion County

‘Unprecedented’ Wildfires Leave Trail of Devastation in Marion County

Many buildings were allegedly destroyed in wildfires that swept through the area enclosing Mill City, Oregon, on Tuesday, September 8. Local press quoted Marion County Commissioner Kevin Cameron as stating that a”fire storm” had struck regions north of the Santiam River. Even the Beachie Creek fire forced the evacuation Mill City along with other components of Marion County early in the Tuesday morning, even although offenders from three prisons were relocated because the blazes. A state of emergency had been announced at the county. Several 20 flames covering over 467,000 acres were burning in Oregon and Washington on September 8, according to the Forest Service. Oregon Governor Kate Brown known as the blazes that an”unprecedented fire event” which could put lives in danger. This footage has been seized from Virgil McCurdy, who explained the movies have been filmed around the Tuesday afternoon in the region enclosing Mill City, Lyons and Mahama at Marion County. Several structures could be viewed ruined from the footage. Charge: Virgil McCurdy through Storyful

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