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New Aerial Photos Of Casper Mountain [PHOTOS]


Rich Denison, Townsquare Media

Only a few small areas of smoke can be seen on Casper Mountain, nearly a week after crews managed 100 percent containment of the Sheep Herder Hill fire that burned more than 15,500 acres, and destroyed 37 homes and cabins.

K2 News Director Rich Denison was on a training flight for the Civil Air Patrol Saturday morning, and shared these aerial photos showing not only the heavy burned areas, but those areas that were unscathed within the firezone.

The Temporary Flight Restriction, or TFR was lifted earlier this week. It had been in place during the fire to allow for the massive air operations utilized to help contain the fire.

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