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Mullen Fire burns 7,000 acres

Aircraft’s are dropping retardant and water at the head of the fire to protect the Rambler subdivision.
Mullen Fire burns 7,000 acres
Mullen Fire burns 7,000 acres(USFS)
Published: Sep. 19, 2020 at 7:43 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -The Mullen Fire in the Medicine Bow National Forest has burned about 7,000 acres. Aircraft’s are dropping retardant and water at the head of the fire to protect the Rambler subdivision.

According to Inciweb the fire crossed the wilderness boundary over the 511 road. There is intense fire activity on the Northeast side.

The fire is aligning with slope/wind/fuels and moving mainly East, North East and South East. There is possibility for extreme fire behavior throughout the weekend. Evacuations are now in place for Keystone, Rambler and Rob Roy area.

Officials say all public, including campers and hunters should leave the area.

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