Monday, February 04, 2019

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The Moonlight Fire, as it would come to be called, began September 3, 2007 - Labor Day - two and a quarter miles from Moonlight Peak in the Plumas National Forest of California's eastern Sierra Nevada, "southeast of the town of Westwood and northeast of the town of Greenville," as the fire's official report later put it. Though the precise time the fire broke out at this mile-high elevation on a hot, windy day would become the subject of much serious debate, with significant ramifications, it was reported at 2:25 P.M. by the fire prevention technician from a truck parked below the Moonlight Peak lookout tower.

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