Wyoming fire 1

Wyoming Fire

While driving around the town of Wyoming this morning, we smelled the smoke, then saw the fire trucks on Main Street. As we went around the block we could see that Ted's Swinging Door Bar & Grill was smoldering and smoke was also coming from the roof vents of the adjoining building. The fire fighters were there getting their equipment set up and after watching a few minutes we left. About an hour later we could see much more smoke from our home and returned with a camera to check on how the fire fighting was progressing. It had become much worse and several other fire departments from surrounding communities had arrived along with several water trucks. At one point they began pumping water from the nearby creek to keep up with the amount needed to attempt getting the fire out and prevent it spreading to other adjoining buildings.

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tony says ... on Sunday, Jul 21 at 8:00 PM

Good job You guys you all Got together got it done. Nice work

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