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    Dry weather, high winds and lots of fuel for fire has caused hundreds of thousands of acres to be burned, thousands of cattle to be killed and families to be displaced. The size and number of fires stretch fire departments and many firefighters are coming from around the state to help. This video includes footage from Kevin Pahls, KCKFD.

Dry weather, high winds and lots of fuel for fire has caused hundreds of thousands of acres to be burned, thousands of cattle to be killed and families to be displaced. The size and number of fires stretch fire departments and many firefighters are coming from around the state to help. This video includes footage from Kevin Pahls, KCKFD. Jill Toyoshiba and Scott Canon The Kansas City Star
Dry weather, high winds and lots of fuel for fire has caused hundreds of thousands of acres to be burned, thousands of cattle to be killed and families to be displaced. The size and number of fires stretch fire departments and many firefighters are coming from around the state to help. This video includes footage from Kevin Pahls, KCKFD. Jill Toyoshiba and Scott Canon The Kansas City Star

In wildfire-scorched Kansas, ‘there’s still lots and lots of fuel on the ground’

March 09, 2017 6:19 PM