Neighbors in fire's path band together, try to hold the line
ELLENSBURG, Wash. (MCT) — When he first spied the smoke over the ridge above his Horse Canyon home, Greg Campbell was relaxing in his neighbor’s yard, drinking Gatorade and talking home repairs.
Ninety minutes later, the valley’s notoriously unpredictable, swirling winds had already sent flames racing downhill. The fire chewed through dense ponderosa pine and Douglas fir, ripped through one neighbor’s house and started coming for Campbell’s.
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