Unbelievable photos from Cheyenne and Laramie show thick smoke and ash from Mullen Fire

Cheyenne and Laramie look less like the Wyoming neighbors we know and love this week and more like a Hollywood movie set.

The Mullen Fire has created some unbelievable images and videos of smoky sky and falling ash this week. Many southeast Wyoming events have been cancelled or moved to other areas because of the poor air quality. Residents are being encouraged to stay indoors.

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Photos: Randy True, Seneca Flowers, Jennifer Shapley, and Cindy Griebe

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Cheyenne and Laramie look less like the Wyoming neighbors we know and love this week and more like a Hollywood movie set.

The Mullen Fire has created some unbelievable images and videos of smoky sky and falling ash this week. Many southeast Wyoming events have been cancelled or moved to other areas because of the poor air quality. Residents are being encouraged to stay indoors.

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Photos: Randy True, Seneca Flowers, Jennifer Shapley, and Cindy Griebe

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