The Labor Day wildfires of 2011 devastated Central Texas. They burned west and east of Austin. The biggest were the fires in Bastrop County. Two people died, and nearly 1,700 homes and businesses were destroyed. Those fires burned for weeks. On the one year anniversary, KEYE TV takes a look back at the tragedy and how Central Texas has persevered and rebuilt.
Tue. Sept. 4, 6:30 p.m.
A Night of Hope, Hyatt Lost Pines
An evening remembering the last year and looking forward toward a bright future. For tickets and more information contact Jennifer Long, 512-461-9418 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsored by Bastrop County Long Term Recovery Team.
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