Wild Fire Near Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado Springs, CO – 3/26/2020




A brush fire burns near Highway 115 and Norad Road near Cheyenne Mountain in the early hours of March 26, 2020 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning for El Paso county and the surrounding region, warning of low humidity and strong winds, creating perfect conditions for fire spread.
Shot Description
00:00 – Wide shot of line of fire on a hillside with a fire truck driving by

00:21 – Closeups of fire on the hillside

00:28 – Firefighter near fire

00:34 – Silhouette of brush with fire behind

00:40 – Firetruck parked with fire on the distant hillside

00:48 – Fire spreading through the brush with gusty winds

01:13 – Wide of burning hillside

01:21 – Firefighter staging operations

01:28 – Closeup of firefighter staging operations

01:40 – Wide of firefighter staging operations with signage

01:52 – Fire on the hillside with firetrucks passing by

02:07 – Firetrucks passing through smokey air

02:22 – Parked firetruck with city lights in background

02:27 – Closeup of parked firetruck with with engine heat distortions

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9 Replies to “Wild Fire Near Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado Springs, CO – 3/26/2020”

  1. The Cheyenne Mountain Complex is a military installation and defensive bunker located in unincorporated El Paso County, Colorado, next to the city of Colorado Springs, at the Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, which hosts the activities of several tenant units.

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