VIDEO: Wildfire lines the streets of Mill City
A Marion County Sheriff's deputy captured a video of Mill City burning Tuesday.
A video captured by a Marion County Sheriff's Office deputy show Mill City burned on both sides of the highway. (Courtesy/ Joshua Tribby)
A Marion County Sheriff's Office deputy captured footage of Mill City burning Tuesday, with fire lining both sides of the highway.
In a post on Facebook that has been shared nearly 8,000 times, Joshua Tribby said "I don't have the words for a caption."
The short video is moving east to west from the eastern edge of the town, past a burning Kelly's Lumber Sales.
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ON THE AIR May. 14
ON THE AIR: Reporter Saphara Harrell discusses mobile help in town, generosity in the canyon
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