Monstrous Fire Engulfs The Adirondack Mountains

Saratoga Springs, New York – August 20, 2095: Over night and into Saturday morning, firefighters battled three major fires that have merged to form the largest forest fire in New York history.  Already, over 568,000 acres (nearly 2,300 square kilometers) have burned, and the towns of Tupper Lake, Saranac Lake, Lake Placid, Wilmington, and several others have been fully evacuated, and a state of emergency has been declared in New York.  Satellite and drone images appear to show that all of these towns and villages except for Wilmington have been…

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