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Wind fans flames as Oregon burns; Brown declares an emergency

bizjournals Wednesday, 9 September 2020
Oregon's governor has declared an emergency as several major fires have raged around the state. Gov. Kate Brown approved an emergency conflagration declaration for the Beachie Creek, Lionshead, and Holiday Farm Fire, her office said in a release. The Beachie Creek and Lionshead Fires are in the Santiam Canyon, near Salem, while the Holiday Farm Fire is near McKenzie Bridge. In addition, fires are ablaze in Washington, Marion and Lane counties. More than 130,000 acres have burned in Marion County,…
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News video: Numerous structures engulfed in flames as residents evacuate Glendower Fire in Oregon

Numerous structures engulfed in flames as residents evacuate Glendower Fire in Oregon 02:28

Numerous structures were engulfed in flames as residents of Talent, Oregon were forced to evacuate due to the Glendower Fire. Footage filmed by Drew Cutler and @kjantzer shows buildings ablaze in parts of the city. A wildfire emergency was declared by Oregon Governor Kate Brown after wildfires...

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