Flames and smoke envelope the grain elevator in Sitka, Kansas, in the early morning hours Tuesday. Wildfires swept by high winds threatened numerous towns across southern Kansas Monday night and Tuesday morning.
Flames and smoke envelope the grain elevator in Sitka, Kansas, in the early morning hours Tuesday. Wildfires swept by high winds threatened numerous towns across southern Kansas Monday night and Tuesday morning. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
Flames and smoke envelope the grain elevator in Sitka, Kansas, in the early morning hours Tuesday. Wildfires swept by high winds threatened numerous towns across southern Kansas Monday night and Tuesday morning. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

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