Drone Footage Of The Cameron Peak Fire, Loveland, CO – 10/14/2020

The Cameron Peak Fire has exploded today with 60-80 mph winds, multiple structures have been lost, and the fire is moving uncontrolled South and East of the Southern edge of the fire. This is video from a DJI Mavic 2 Pro outside of the temporary flight restriction area from the city limits of Loveland, CO approximately 1 PM October 14th.

Video pans around to show the huge smoke cloud covering most of Northern Colorado today.

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