Forest Fire Burns in New Hampshire Mountains

StoryfulWeatherPublished: October 5, 2017
Published: October 5, 2017

A forest fire burned at least 25 acres in the mountains of New Hampshire near Woodstock by Wednesday, October 4. An early report said the fire may have been caused by a falling meteorite, though a cause had not been determined. A later report, though, said it would be unlikely for a meterorite to cause the fire because they are cool to the touch when they reach Earth. The fire was burning at Dilly Cliff near the Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves, a news report said, but the area had not been closed off. The New Hampshire National Guard was lending assistance in fighting the fire. Credit: Facebook/Scot Holt via Storyful

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