Over the weekend, reports surfaced of another mysterious, unattended campfire. Readers may recall that a recent fire on the Forest Park Southern remained undetected for weeks. The fire was eventually found by Pat Doll, the head of all of the Forest Park Southern holdings and the wife of "Smokey" Doll, who is ostensibly in charge of running the railroad.
This time, smoke has been seen along the Union Pacific mainline just east of SK Tower in Colorado. Railroad officials and local authorities are scouring the area in search of the fire. Fortunately, recent rains have helped mitigate the chance of a widespread brush fire.
Several local residents submitted the photo below of what was believed to be the source of the smoke.
After a thorough search by local officials in the area around the bridge, they were unable to locate the fire in the picture. Smoke remains in the area, and local officials will continue to search until the flames have been found and extinguished. Said one local official, "We'll find the source of the smoke, and those responsible will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law."