Firefighting Plane Drops Retardant on Keystone Fire

StoryfulWeatherPublished: July 5, 20171 views
Published: July 5, 2017

The Keystone Fire had charred an estimated 376 acres of land in southern Wyoming by Wednesday morning, July 5, spurred on by hot and dry conditions. According to InciWeb, the fire broke out about 1.5 miles southwest of Rob Roy Reservoir. The blaze warranted the evacuation of about 25 homes, local broadcaster KOWB reported. This footage shows a plane dropping retardant on the Keystone Fire. Credit: Facebook/Michael Olsen via Storyful

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