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14 Eerie Instagram Photos of the Bethlehem Steel Fire

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Written by Emily Morrow

Published on November 9, 2016

Bethlehem Steel photo x @buffaloaerialproductions

Bethlehem Steel Fire photo x @buffaloaerialproductions


A massive fire at Lackawanna’s Bethlehem Steel on Wednesday morning caused the surrounding area and the skies south of the plant to be consumed by a black cloud of smoke. Here’s a roundup of Instagram photos of the fire taken from near and far. Read more about the fire here.


Hoping all are safe…………… Buffalo NY………….

A photo posted by Kevin Rybczyński (@buffalony) on

#laxkawannany #lackawanna #bethlehemsteel #bethlehemsteelonfire #igersbuffalo

A photo posted by Donna Renier (@igerl716) on

As close as I can get😯😮 #bethlehemsteel #fire #closeup #716 #buffalo #woah #rip

A photo posted by Colkey🔑 (@colkey716) on

#bethlehem #steel #burns leaving a trail of its #history in the #air #bethlehemsteel

A photo posted by Jonathan (@jcocca) on




#buffalo #fire #bethlehemsteel

A photo posted by Alexis Oltmer (@alexisoltmer) on

Fire at #bethlehemsteel

A photo posted by Joseph S. (@akursedx) on

Bethlehem Steel Fire

A photo posted by Buffalo Aerial Productions (@buffaloaerialproductions) on

Fire at Bethlehem Steel! #wow #fire #amazing #buffalo #buffalony

A photo posted by Aaron (@smackdabinthecenterofattention) on





For more Buffalo Instagram photos check out our #hashtagstepoutbuffalo weekly roundups.

Written by <a href="https://stepoutbuffalo.com/author/emily/" target="_self">Emily Morrow</a>

Written by Emily Morrow

Emily is co-founder and Director of Storytelling at Step Out Buffalo. Her favorite things to do are eat, travel, and think up business ideas. Emily is originally from Hamburg, NY and her out of town friends will tell you that she loves to talk about Buffalo any chance she gets.
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