In what should be the height of tornado season in Oklahoma, the persistent dry conditions are perfect for wild fires.
Shot #1 – Resident trying to douse flames near his home with a garden hose.
Shot #2 – 20-30 foot high flames approaching a residential area.
Shot #3 – Flames burning amongst homes in residential area.
Shot #4 – Large flames (20-30 foot high at least) with a trailer house at the end of the road beginning to catch on fire.
Shot #5 – Residents try to douse flames as a house is fully engulfed in flames just beyond the current fight.
Shot #6 – Massive flames shooting over the treeline and crossing the road in front of us (~100 yards away).
Shot #7 – Trailer home fully engulfed in flames as residents watch.
Shot #8 – Wide shot of fire line and orange glow just outside of residential area which rest of shots were taken.
Shot #9 – Flames approach residential area, towering in the air.
Shot #10 – Home which was fully in flames in shot #5 in the background before it caught.
Shot #11 – Residents load valuables onto vehicles as towering flames approach in the background.
Shot #12 – A car speeds away from the fire line just 100 yards to my west.
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