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  • Approved for CNN

  • Posted August 6, 2010 by
    Moscow, Russian Federation
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Wildfires in Russia

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    Moscow Cauldron of Hell Continues


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     seeitnow told me, 'Flights in and out are sporadic at best. As I look out my window all I can see is a barely visible dot of orange trying to light the sky.'
    - hhanks, CNN iReport producer

    As Moscow settles in for night after a day of record breaking heat and fire we're all wondering what tomorrow morning will bring? Will we see the sun? Will we feel and taste fresh air? There are talks of more flight cancellations which will add even more to the misery of people just trying tio escape this nightmarish conjugation of hellish events.


    It seems hard to get an straight answer about what is really happening but one thing is certain, this isn't letting up anytime soon, the forecast is no rain for at least 10 more days and maybe much longer.


    The affected regions are so vast that it's impossible to even begin to challenge this tragedy.


    Stay tuned

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