Fires still burning throughout Centra...

Fires still burning throughout Central Texas, including Bastrop, Steiner Ranch

There are 74 comments on the Austin American-Statesman story from Sep 5, 2011, titled Fires still burning throughout Central Texas, including Bastrop, Steiner Ranch. In it, Austin American-Statesman reports that:

Several wildfires continue to burn and many neighborhoods have been forced to evacuate throughout Central Texas today.

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chris harmon

Austin, TX

#65 Sep 6, 2011
R_christian_AR wrote:
TEA PARTIES smaller government really works!!!!
Smaller government means fewer government means fewer workers and also means fewer firefighters. Not enough firefighters to put out the fires is WHAT the TEA PARTY wants. Texas got what it deserves, fewer firefighters and less fire equipment in the budget is what Texas ended up
with. To hire more firefighters and buy more equipment would go against big government.
ill take your argument .... this area is heavily repub / not tea party ... more specifically we dont vote or give a shit about politics at all ... seriously gtfo ... our whole lives here are about our family and neighbors ... u are scum and need to take politics to somewhere else
fishvaughn

Midland, MI

#66 Sep 6, 2011
Chris one more thank you. I am working in TN, and my wife is there with our animals. You have done a tremendous job of keeping people up to date and allowing me to help my wife as much as possible from here.
Pete

Austin, TX

#68 Sep 6, 2011
I'll be sure never to buy anything from "suppliertrade".@$$# *!3$
JFAM

Rockwall, TX

#69 Sep 6, 2011
chris harmon wrote:
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kc drive was hit hard . ths map shows the area of biggest losses
http://media2.myfoxaustin.com/ktbcmisc/bastro...
Thank u so much for your reply! Have u seen the area? My grandparents and 3 aunts houses are on KC Drive,any idea if any homes are left? Thank you again for any info!!
chris harmon

Austin, TX

#70 Sep 6, 2011
JFAM wrote:
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Thank u so much for your reply! Have u seen the area? My grandparents and 3 aunts houses are on KC Drive,any idea if any homes are left? Thank you again for any info!!
no one is "officially" being allowed in ... that being said ... am told houses on north side of the road are mostly gone ... houses on the south side were 50 - 50
Pete

Austin, TX

#72 Sep 6, 2011
chris harmon wrote:
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no one is "officially" being allowed in ... that being said ... am told houses on north side of the road are mostly gone ... houses on the south side were 50 - 50
Any idea when people will be officially allowed in the Buesher State Park/Cottle Town area?
Hopeful

Canton, TX

#73 Sep 6, 2011
Does anyone know anything on the area at 486 gotier trace rd by the state park.
say no to fat

Elgin, TX

#74 Sep 6, 2011
chris harmon wrote:
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kc drive was hit hard . ths map shows the area of biggest losses
http://media2.myfoxaustin.com/ktbcmisc/bastro...
thank you for this map. it is peace of mind for many of us during this Texas disaster.
chris harmon

Austin, TX

#75 Sep 6, 2011
Pete wrote:
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Any idea when people will be officially allowed in the Buesher State Park/Cottle Town area?

absolutely not ... plz dont try to go there ... fire crews are heavy in that area just to make sure it doesnt go east toward smithville any further
R_christian_AR

Fayetteville, AR

#77 Sep 6, 2011
chris harmon wrote:
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ill take your argument .... this area is heavily repub / not tea party ... more specifically we dont vote or give a shit about politics at all ... seriously gtfo ... our whole lives here are about our family and neighbors ... u are scum and need to take politics to somewhere else
Just wait until the Tea Party Repubs gut out FEMA, then there will be no money for disasters. That too is part of big government and is very large entitlement, bigger than social security.
Next disaster under a Repub is that there will be no response due to the fact no FEMA and no money for National Guard.
cynthia

United States

#78 Sep 6, 2011
Anybody know if riverchase is being evacuated again?
Angel

Austin, TX

#79 Sep 7, 2011
We are Humans!! help our fellow Americans out that are in a time of need and pray, you must pray with all your heart, God and Jesus is watching and Jesus will stop this and heel everyone, But you must believe, and for the non believers who are in crises and in a time of need, you must ask for forgiveness and believe in Jesus, and that he died on the cross for us so our sins could be forgiven, cause if you don't start to believe, you will be doomed!!!!
LOL

Pasadena, CA

#80 Jul 10, 2012
lookin for mymom

Elgin, TX

#81 Oct 23, 2012
LOUANNE M VARGAS

she moved to 159 Mauna Kea Ln
Bastrop, TX 78602 is te fire near her? WE ARE IN VIRGINIA

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