As she sat on the bus to Boulder, Mrs. Angstman recalled that she immediately left the white sky and entered the purple and yellow smoke.
“The wind blew the bus so hard that I thought the bus would hit,” he wrote in a message to The Associated Press.
‘The sky was black and dark’
It did not look so good that the bus had to leave and they waited for half an hour until a truck from the province escorted them onto the main road. There he saw four different fires burning in the bush on the side of the road, he said.
“The sky was black, dark, and the dirt was crawling on the sidewalk like a snake,” he said.
Ms Angstman later fled, boarding a car with her husband and driving northeast without knowing where she was going.
Vignesh Kasinath, an assistant professor of biochemistry at the University of Colorado in Boulder, moved to Superior with his wife and parents. Mr Kasinath said the couple was shocked by the warning of evacuation and worried about the unrest.
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