Wildfire Spares UK Memorial Cross
A wildfire swept across a United Kingdom farm amidst a terrible heat wave, but it stopped right before hitting a memorial chalk cross.
From CBN News. As the United Kingdom sweated under an uncommon heatwave in July, a wildfire raged across a farm field just north of Kent. But what stopped the fire has left some people scratching their heads.
Christian Today reports the fire stopped at the top edge of a large white cross scratched in the ground that serves as a World War 1 memorial…
The cross known as “The Chalk Cross” is carved into the chalk on the North Downs hill above the village of Lenham, according to War Memorials Online. It measures more than 200 feet by 69 feet….
Drone footage posted online by The Independent shows a large area of the field scorched by the fire. The flames appear to have stopped at the top left corner of the cross, but the cross remained undamaged….
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(Excerpt from CBN News. Photo Credit: Canva)
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