The Grey Road fire in Spokane is the very fire Digger reported on. Digger is in the middle of what appears to be a directed-energy weapons attack on the Spokane area. But apparently much more of Washington State is affected than just her area. Notice that, in both photos, only what appear to be residences seem to be burning.
At least two are killed and nearly 200 homes razed to the ground as wildfires rip across more than 20,000 acres in Washington: Entire state under inferno warning
More than 20,000 acres have burned over the North Western state this weekend
The largest wildfire in the state, Gray Fire in Spokane County [Digger’s neighborhood], is still spreading
Two people have died as thousands were evacuated from two north-east counties
By Laura Parnaby For Dailymail.Com, 20 August 2023
Terrifying wildfires have killed at least two people in Washington state as they continue to rip across more than 20,000 acres.
Governor Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency for Spokane County where the largest wildfire destroyed nearly 11,000 acres of land, razing nearly 200 buildings as thousands were evacuated.
The entire North Western state remains under an alert, while the largest parkland area – Mount Spokane State Park – has been closed off to the public, as has Interstate 90, as firefighters battle to contain the inferno.
The blaze – known as the Grey Road Fire – started around midday Friday on the west side of Medical Lake around 15 miles west of Spokane. Washington State Department of Natural Resources warned the fire is still spreading.
In an update Sunday, the department warned the blaze was still ‘0%’ contained despite the efforts of firefighters, and it was engulfing more land towards the southwest.
A grab from a TikTok video shows the Gray Fire burning in eastern Washington Saturday. The blaze has killed at least one person, and destroyed close to 200 structures
Another grab from the same video shows a classic Pacific Northwest backdrop of Douglas firs and water – but shrouded by smoke and flames
This map shows just how many fires are burning across eastern Washington and western Canada. All of Washington is currently under some sort of wildfire alert