Residents evacuated amid tense day battling raging Funny River fire
The wind-driven northern head of the massive Funny River fire on the Kenai Peninsula forced the evacuation of some 900 people along a 15-mile stretch of dead-end road near the city of Soldotna on Sunday, as residents left their homes not knowing if the structures would still be standing when they returned.
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#1 May 27, 2014
My prayers are with everyone in the area. My daughter lives in Sterling so I hope they are okay too.
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