Timelapse Shows Smoke Plumes From Windy Fire Burning in California's Sequoia National Forest

The Windy Fire had burned 1,454 acres in the Sequoia National Forest and was zero percent contained as of Tuesday, September 14, according to the US Forest Service.

A nearby duo of blazes dubbed the KNP Complex Fire burning in Sequoia National Park prompted additional evacuation warnings across parts of Tulare County on Tuesday afternoon.

This footage filmed by ALERTWildfire on September 12 shows a towering plume of smoke near Tobias Peak in Tulare County. Credit: ALERTWildfire via Storyful

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