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Fire ban still in effect; rural blaze Tuesday proves risks

Sep 7, 2017 By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer

Despite cooling temperatures and shorter days, a fire ban remain in effect in Fremont County, officials said this week.

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Firefighters kept an eye on the charred husk of a motor home destroyed Wednesday in a fire on David's Way west of Riverton. Several fire departments responded to the fire.       Photo by Alejandra Silva

Firefighters kept an eye on the charred husk of a motor home destroyed Wednesday in a fire on David's Way west of Riverton. Several fire departments responded to the fire. Photo by Alejandra Silva


Firefighters kept an eye on the charred husk of a motor home destroyed Wednesday in a fire on David's Way west of Riverton. Several fire departments responded to the fire.       Photo by Alejandra Silva

Firefighters kept an eye on the charred husk of a motor home destroyed Wednesday in a fire on David's Way west of Riverton. Several fire departments responded to the fire. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Flames spread across the property as smoke-shrouded firemen worked to protect buildings threatened by the blaze. More than a dozen fire engines were on the scene at the peak period. No one was injured, but an outbuilding was destroyed along with the motor home. Preliminary reports suggest the fire spread from a trash can. Photo by Steve Peck

Flames spread across the property as smoke-shrouded firemen worked to protect buildings threatened by the blaze. More than a dozen fire engines were on the scene at the peak period. No one was injured, but an outbuilding was destroyed along with the motor home. Preliminary reports suggest the fire spread from a trash can. Photo by Steve Peck


Flames spread across the property as smoke-shrouded firemen worked to protect buildings threatened by the blaze. More than a dozen fire engines were on the scene at the peak period. No one was injured, but an outbuilding was destroyed along with the motor home. Preliminary reports suggest the fire spread from a trash can. Photo by Steve Peck

Flames spread across the property as smoke-shrouded firemen worked to protect buildings threatened by the blaze. More than a dozen fire engines were on the scene at the peak period. No one was injured, but an outbuilding was destroyed along with the motor home. Preliminary reports suggest the fire spread from a trash can. Photo by Steve Peck

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