Fire departments, Sheriff’s Office deserve thanks and credit
We live directly across the valley from where the Bluebell Fire originated. When we look out our front windows, we can see the blackened path of the fire. It is an ugly scar on the mountainside, but it is also a reminder of God’s mercy and a witness to the integrity of our volunteer fire departments in the mountain area. They did an incredible job of containing that fire so quickly and preventing it from spreading and becoming a much larger and more dangerous situation.
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