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California plane passenger captures blanket of wildfire smoke from '30,000 feet'

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California plane passenger captures blanket of wildfire smoke from '30,000 feet'

California plane passenger captures blanket of wildfire smoke from '30,000 feet'

A passenger flying over Sierra National Forest, California captured a huge blanket of smoke from an apparent height of 30,000 feet.

The footage filmed on September 8 shows huge plumes of smoke cloud rising from the wildfire, which the filmer believes to be the Northern Complex Fire.

They said: "This is video shot from our flight into San Francisco.

This is believed to be the Northern Complex Fire the day that it broke out."


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