How the Beachie Creek fire devastated Santiam Canyon, Oregon 2 clicks. KGW analyzed satellite images, photos, video, incident reports, weather forecasts and radio traffic to reconstruct how the Beachie Creek Fire erupted.
PORTLAND, Ore. — The Beachie Creek Fire claimed at least five lives, decimated thousands of structures and scorched nearly 200,000 acres. So how did a relatively small fire, smoldering in the Oregon wilderness for weeks turn into one of the most destructive wildfires in state history? KGW analyzed satellite images, photos, video, incident reports, weather forecasts and first responder radio traffic to reconstruct how the Beachie Creek Fire erupted. Our house. Very fine house. To gazebo. The gazebo. Some yard. Yard Las Margaritas. Our chickens. Mini me. Ave was born here. Ave 3 bdy Sta Cruz Little Fawn & Kether. On Annie McGee. Annie McGee. Michael & Rodney.
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This Harris family appears to have originated some 40 to 50 miles east-north-east of London and on the north bank of the River Crouch. The village of Cricksea (or Creeksea) exists today on this peninsula in Essex County. Creeksea is located about two miles west of Burnham-on-the-Crouch and about 18 miles inland from the North Sea. Anciently called "Danes Island", this area was inhabited largely by Norman families after the conquest in 1066. I am # 234,335 of first million genomes at 23 & me. Michels & Owens Family Photos.
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