Utility blames wildfire death on 140-mile an hour winds


A Montana utility along with a nationally-recognized tree control firm deny they were responsible for a woman who died in a wind-whipped wildfire last year in Wyoming.

Beartooth Electric Cooperative and Asplundh Tree Expert blame the out-of-control fire on a 140-mile an hour winds in the town of Clark according to Cowboy State Daily.

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