140 homes evacuated, apartment dwellers on pre-evac status

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140 homes evacuated, apartment dwellers on pre-evac status

Firefighters battling wildland fire near County Road 207
A firefighting helicopter filling its bucket from a small pond in the middle of Lightner Creek valley.
A fire engulfs an area in Lightner Creek (County Road 207) on Wednesday evening. The fire started with a house and has spread to other areas. The fire prompted evacuations of county roads 207 and 206.
A fire engulfs an area in Lightner Creek (County Road 207) on Wednesday evening. The fire started with a house and has spread to other areas. The fire prompted evacuations of county roads 207 and 206.
A fire near Lightner Creek is visible from the rim at Fort Lewis College on Wednesday evening. The fire started with a house and has spread to other areas. The fire prompted evacuations of county roads 207 and 206.
The Lightner Creek Fire can be seen from the southeast side of U.S. Highway 160 west on Wednesday evening.
Courtesy of Grace Albers

The Lightner Creek Fire can be seen from the southeast side of U.S. Highway 160 west on Wednesday evening.

140 homes evacuated, apartment dwellers on pre-evac status

A firefighting helicopter filling its bucket from a small pond in the middle of Lightner Creek valley.
A fire engulfs an area in Lightner Creek (County Road 207) on Wednesday evening. The fire started with a house and has spread to other areas. The fire prompted evacuations of county roads 207 and 206.
A fire engulfs an area in Lightner Creek (County Road 207) on Wednesday evening. The fire started with a house and has spread to other areas. The fire prompted evacuations of county roads 207 and 206.
A fire near Lightner Creek is visible from the rim at Fort Lewis College on Wednesday evening. The fire started with a house and has spread to other areas. The fire prompted evacuations of county roads 207 and 206.
The Lightner Creek Fire can be seen from the southeast side of U.S. Highway 160 west on Wednesday evening.
Courtesy of Grace Albers

The Lightner Creek Fire can be seen from the southeast side of U.S. Highway 160 west on Wednesday evening.
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