Cattle continue to graze right up to the flames of a range fire early Tuesday morning. Numerous cattle were killed by the fires. Wildfires swept by high winds threatened numerous towns across southern Kansas on Monday night and Tuesday morning.
Cattle continue to graze right up to the flames of a range fire early Tuesday morning. Numerous cattle were killed by the fires. Wildfires swept by high winds threatened numerous towns across southern Kansas on Monday night and Tuesday morning. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
Cattle continue to graze right up to the flames of a range fire early Tuesday morning. Numerous cattle were killed by the fires. Wildfires swept by high winds threatened numerous towns across southern Kansas on Monday night and Tuesday morning. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

Cattle lost in fires: ‘It’s horrible out there, the things I saw today’

March 07, 2017 07:33 PM

UPDATED March 08, 2017 12:19 PM

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  • Watch: ‘Check that driver’s window and make sure nobody’s inside’

    Firefighters from Johnson County and Olathe battled a car fire on northbound I-35 Tuesday night near 167th Street. There were no injuries. The dramatic scene was captured by a helmet camera worn by one of the firefighters on the scene.