Oregon fires burning underground pose new threat

Sep 21, 2020
A warning for anyone thinking of visiting Oregon wildfire sites: Dangerous fires are still burning underground.
Wildfire coverage: http://www.kgw.com/wildfires
Fires are still burning. You just might not be able to see them.
Don Tesdal, a volunteer firefighter with the Idanha-Detroit Fire District, was in Detroit over the weekend doing fire mop up when he came across a serious problem many might miss. From above the mound it looked like a little smoke. But below it was an active fire just waiting for the chance to get out.
“If you didn’t know any better, you could probably find yourself with two legs knee deep in one of those holes,” he said. “And it doesn’t take long at 1,200 degrees to burn the shoes right off your feet.”
Tesdal has been posting videos on his Facebook page to inform the community of what is going on in Detroit. One of his first posts was last week showing what the fire did to his own home.
“The reason I’ve been posting these videos is to give the community an idea of what’s going on,” he said.

5 thoughts on “Oregon fires burning underground pose new threat

  1. OMG! I’ve never seen anything like this. Underground fires!! Is this another one of their devices?

    Always escalating. Next level genocide.


      1. One near glen wood springs Colorado too. It was started by a forest fire that lit a mine on fire. In the winter some parts of the hill don’t get snow.

  2. What else does this remind you off. 911 where the fires were so hot they burned for months under the foundations. What does this have in common with 911. Thermite. JD and Henry briefly talked about this on a show last week. All the shit they are spraying us with mixes to make nano thermite. Then its being absorbed into the soil, into the root systems of the vegetation, and the trees themselves. That’s why you are seeing shit like this and trees burning from the inside.

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