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Burning bales

Jun 13, 2017 Photo by Alejandra Silva

Firefighters responded at about 8:40 p.m. Friday to this haystack aflame on Ethete Road. Officials said the Wind River Police Department is investigating the incident, which destroyed almost 90 bales of hay in a stack about the size of a one-story house. The blaze didn't threaten any other structures or property, and it was located in the middle of a wet, irrigated field, so firefighters monitored it while it burned itself out.

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Firefighters responded at about 8:40 p.m. Friday to this haystack aflame on Ethete Road. Officials said the Wind River Police Department is investigating the incident, which destroyed almost 90 bales of hay in a stack about the size of a one-story house. The blaze didn't threaten any other structures or property, and it was located in the middle of a wet, irrigated field, so firefighters monitored it while it burned itself out.  	 Photo by Alejandra Silva

Firefighters responded at about 8:40 p.m. Friday to this haystack aflame on Ethete Road. Officials said the Wind River Police Department is investigating the incident, which destroyed almost 90 bales of hay in a stack about the size of a one-story house. The blaze didn't threaten any other structures or property, and it was located in the middle of a wet, irrigated field, so firefighters monitored it while it burned itself out. Photo by Alejandra Silva


Firefighters responded at about 8:40 p.m. Friday to this haystack aflame on Ethete Road. Officials said the Wind River Police Department is investigating the incident, which destroyed almost 90 bales of hay in a stack about the size of a one-story house. The blaze didn't threaten any other structures or property, and it was located in the middle of a wet, irrigated field, so firefighters monitored it while it burned itself out.  	 Photo by Alejandra Silva

Firefighters responded at about 8:40 p.m. Friday to this haystack aflame on Ethete Road. Officials said the Wind River Police Department is investigating the incident, which destroyed almost 90 bales of hay in a stack about the size of a one-story house. The blaze didn't threaten any other structures or property, and it was located in the middle of a wet, irrigated field, so firefighters monitored it while it burned itself out. Photo by Alejandra Silva

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