Forged in Flames: An Oral History of the Labor Day Wildfires
A year ago, much of Central Texas was in danger because of raging wildfires. Drought-sticken green spaces had provided the perfect tinder for far-reaching blazes. These are the stories of Central Texans who lived through the Labor Day wildfires.
A year ago, much of Central Texas was in danger because of wildfires. Suburban neighborhoods abutted drought-sticken green spaces that provided the perfect tinder — even the smallest spark could quick burn out of control. And on this day it had, in places like Steiner Ranch, Spicewood and Bastrop. From KUT News - these are the stories of Central Texans who lived through the Labor Day wildfires.
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