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Ewing shared photographs on Facebook of the neighboring flame's orange glow, and trees going up on a nearby hillside -- how nearby was difficult to tell from the dark.
"Wow -- it is a nightmare," he wrote, observing fire crews head up the highway.
Scenes like that were repeated across much of the state, as a predicted windstorm came to pass amid large fire danger, sending trees toppling onto homes and highways and causing wildfires to spread fast, such as one that shut off 97 north of Chiloquin.
By late Monday night, according to ODOT TripCheck, a nearly 70-mile stretch of Highway 22, west from the intersection with Highway 20, was closed due to the fires and also downed trees. State Highway 126 was closed by a wildfire, four kilometers west of McKenzie Bridge.
ODOT advised early Tuesday that wildfires had shut a nearly 70-mile stretch (milepost 82 to 13) of state Highway 22 between Stayton and the Santiam Junction with Highway 20, along with a 26-mile stretch (milepost 28-54) of nation Highway 126 (the McKenzie Highway) involving Vida and state Highway 242.
"Evacuations are underway in both areas," they advised. "Watch for fire teams."
Ewing said Tuesday that following the Highway 22 closed amid Level 3 evacuations in the region -- such as Idanha, Gates and Detroit -- drivers were turned back to buy WOW Burning Crusade Classic Gold Salem and may head over Santiam Pass on U.S. Highway 20.