Roughly 3,000 Scorched Trees Have Been Cleared From the Shoulders of Interstate 84 in the Gorge

The devastation of the Columbia River Gorge fire, in photos and numbers.

Since ash rained down on Portland last week, the fire in the Columbia River Gorge has grown substantially, tripling in size. But rain and humidity have helped firefighters slow the growth of the Eagle Creek Fire in recent days. Here’s where things stand now.

Source: Roughly 3,000 Scorched Trees Have Been Cleared From the Shoulders of Interstate 84 in the Gorge – Willamette Week