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Montague-Clay County Fire 9/13/11 #2579867 09/13/11 07:55 PM
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Re: Montague-Clay County Fire 9/13/11 [Re: rater1979] #2579893 09/13/11 08:06 PM
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I sure hope the firefighters can get that thing under control before it gets much further north.




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Re: Montague-Clay County Fire 9/13/11 [Re: GOLDSTEIN] #2581035 09/14/11 02:30 AM
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Originally Posted By: GOLDSTEIN
I sure hope the firefighters can get that thing under control before it gets much further north.

Amen to that, our place outside of Nocona is so dry it would burn at the sight of fire...


Re: Montague-Clay County Fire 9/13/11 [Re: Mountain hunter] #2581155 09/14/11 03:03 AM
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Heard earlier that around 5,000 acres had burned, but pretty much contained now.


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