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Euan Bowditch 3h
This wildfire and the one currently in Moray demonstrates the need for an updated including operational times for certain works Five square miles of Skye forestry and moorland destroyed by wildfire 'after welding incident'
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Common Raven Apr 21
More than 100 firefighters tackled Yorkshire while in Northern Ireland a wildfire broke out at around 8.30pm on Sunday on the Mourne Mountains in County Down.
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Mike Pepler Apr 21
Replying to @MikePepler
And now a in Northern Ireland too, we need to succeed more than ever... Mournes wildfire: Over 50 firefighters battle blaze
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Jane MacLennan 9h
Watching the helicopter earlier. Amazing effort by all involved in fighting this at . I am seriously hoping for heavy rain & I won't be the only one!!!
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Fairburn&StAidan's Apr 22
in the countryside. If you spot a fire dial 999 and ask for the fire service. Take your litter home, dispose of cigarettes safely and never light barbecues.
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Jane MacLennan Apr 24
Big going behind tonight. This wind is really not helping! Huge appreciation to our fire crews for going out to do what they can. I hope everyone stays safe.
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GW 11h
This is really looking bad by rail road fire north and south
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Common Raven 4h
Navy Blackhawk helicopter, an MH-60S, helped suppress threatening homes on Guam. Not deterred by darkness, the flight crew dropped 4,200 gallons of water using an external bucket.
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Nick Kettridge Apr 21
Updating this tweet from in February () for UK provides the expected and concerning result (Note discussions regarding fire size in the original tweet).
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Jane MacLennan 9h
The hills of Flowerdale/Kerrysdale earlier this evening.
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West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service Apr 21
Some incredible footage taken by one of our staff on Ilkley Moor yesterday. Today is hot and dry again. Ongoing incidents on Ilkley and Marsden Moors overnight. PLEASE take extraordinary care if using outdoor spaces today. Risk of is high 🚒🚁☀️🔥
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Common Raven 4h
Should people in danger from just shelter in place? Absolutely not, except as a last-ditch resort, according to wildfire experts.
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Clarkeguy 3h
We in my OpEd today in the , we argue that the solution to catastrophic utility caused should be a for California. I want to unpack this a little bit, hopefully to get some feedback from the good people of .
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PA Department of Conservation & Natural Resources Apr 24
Today's forecasted risk for Pennsylvania. ⤵ Always check for burn bans or ordinances before you burn. 🔥🌲
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M Imran ullah kakozai 20h
Silence is the best answer to someone who doesn’t value your words.
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NW Fire Consortium Apr 22
And The Wildlife That Needs It
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Tom Harman Apr 23
No BBQ’s on the moors please! It completely destroys our countryside. . .
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WSRB Apr 24
Forget sharknado. A Montana lab is studying the firenado -- a fire tornado.
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CapriCMW 14h
Even while there’s still concern over flooding due to spring runoff, a number of wildfires have started in . As we approach peak season, it’s important as a homeowner that you take the time and understand what your insurance covers.
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FFS Withlacoochee 6h
Update: The fire is 90 acres and 90% contained. Firefighters will continue to monitor the fire.
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