American West Coast Looks Like Hell Right Now… (39 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       11 Sep 2020       1669       6

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"Oregon wildfires making it look straight apocalyptic"

 

"California skies. A month until my due date and my world is red"

 

"Tried going to visit my boyfriend on my day off, had to turn around because the fires apparently opened a portal to hell"

 

"9 AM at the Oregon Coast due to wildfires 100s of miles away"

 

"Oregon Cascades today. Orange smoke, 70 mile and hour winds, debris and branches all over the road. Keep the fire fighters in your thoughts"

 

"Oregon fires have moved so much ash into Northern California that the sky is almost red"

 

"8 am and surrounded by 4 fires in the area. 2020 is holding nothing back"

 



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Rod 1 month ago
Bull Sh#t Politicians. Giving the Government MORE Taxes NEVER solves anything...EVER
       
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Viney 1 month ago
#30 Good one for travelling a year back in time and asking people to explain this picture.
       
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Lias 1 month ago
As someone who lives in Oregon, I can tell you these are not climate change fires. Too many have sprung up too fast. Already, two different people have been caught trying to start more fires, one locally, one in Washington, and one arson investigation south of here. https://nbc16.com/news/local/man-seen-starting-fires-at-oregon-state-park-local-
fire-chief-says https://www.oregonlive.com/crime/2020/09/arson-investigation-underway-where-huma
n-remains-found-at-almeda-fire-in-ashland-chief-says.html
       
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Lan 1 month ago
Lias,

the reason people talk about climate change fires, is because of record drought and other issues that make wildfire so much more easy to start and give them so much more fuel than they would have a few decades ago
       
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Roberta 1 month ago
Lan,
leaves falling and the fall season starts...climate change!!!!
       
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Littleberry 1 month ago
Lias, same here in WA. Arson is way more prevalent in the Pacific Northwest, unfortunately. I hear about it every fire season.
       
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