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Nevada County Captures: Your photos from the Bennett Fire

SUBMIT A PHOTO

Have you captured the faces, places and events of our lovely community? Need help finding a lost pet?

Then submit your photos to The Union’s “Nevada County Captures” page to be published in our print and online editions.



Send submissions to photos@theunion.com, or to our submissions page at https://www.theunion.com/photo-submissions/

Also check out our Instagram Page and tag us @theunionnews!



And please remember to include your name and a caption with your submission. Thank you!

How the first minutes of the Bennett Fire looked from Grass Valley Senior Apartments on Dorsey Drive.
Submitted by Richard Hill
Cal Fire helicopter picking up water for the Bennett Fire at an NID pond off Upper Slate Creek Road.
Submitted by Bob Anderson
Sunset on Scott's Flat Lake from the boat ramp.
Submitted by Katherine Griffin
Cal Fire doing what they do best! Cal Fire #93 over the Brunswick fire trying to control the spread.
Submitted by Kristina Pagan
Cal Fire helicopter picking up water for the Bennett Fire at an NID pond off Upper Slate Creek Road.
Submitted by Bob Anderson
Cal Fire helicopter picking up water for the Bennett Fire at an NID pond off Upper Slate Creek Road.
Submitted by Bob Anderson
Some of the air attack on the Bennett Fire as seen from a neighborhood near downtown Grass Valley.
Submitted by Craig Silberman
Some of the air attack on the Bennett Fire as seen from a neighborhood near downtown Grass Valley.
Submitted by Craig Silberman
Some of the air attack on the Bennett Fire as seen from a neighborhood near downtown Grass Valley.
Submitted by Craig Silberman
Some of the air attack on the Bennett Fire as seen from a neighborhood near downtown Grass Valley.
Submitted by Craig Silberman

 

 


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