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Home >> SCANNER AUDIO >> Best of the Old Fire

Best of the Old Fire


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The Old Fire of October 2003 nearly devestated all mountain communities in the San Bernardino Mountains. The first started in the foothills in highland and quickly took out hundreds of structures at the northern most part of Waterman Canyon. It eventually spread into the mountains driven by high winds and caused the evacuations of Lake Arrowhead, Crestline, Running Springs, Big Bear, and most mountain communities in the SBD Mountains. The fight went on for well over a week. Hundreds of homes were lost, but most were spared. This audio and video captures the event from the start until the final evacuation of the BigBearScanner.
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NShore.Allen
Dec 20 : 05:01pm
one, not on


NShore.Allen
Dec 20 : 05:00pm
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This on was in California!

army police
Dec 20 : 04:43pm
how is redhat doing I hope you are well

Mtn.goat John
Dec 20 : 04:04pm
Centered near Holcomb Creek just SW of Holcomb CG

Dave™
Dec 20 : 04:01pm
You were closer to it.

army police
Dec 20 : 04:01pm
merry Christmas everybody

Lumbe® Jill
Dec 20 : 04:00pm
Location 34.302°N 116.920°W
(6 km N or BBL) Depth 2.0km

Lumbe® Jill
Dec 20 : 03:59pm
one sharp jolt that sent my dogs into a barking frenzy and my cats scampering

Lumbe® Jill
Dec 20 : 03:58pm
2.8

Dave™
Dec 20 : 03:58pm
Felt something here…

Lumbe® Jill
Dec 20 : 03:56pm
earthquake?

Mtn.goat John
Dec 20 : 02:47pm
Should have gone with the apple-cinnamon instead of the peanut butter this morning.

Mtn.goat John
Dec 20 : 02:45pm
I needed that. TY

Debbie Doodah
Dec 20 : 02:44pm
MGJ

Debbie Doodah
Dec 20 : 02:44pm
Everyone needs to help us with our Christmas story in the gen discussion section.


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