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Wildfires continue to grow outside Tucson

A DC-10 air tanker drops thousands of gallons of retardant at the base of the Bighorn Fire burning above La Reseve along Pusch Ridge on Saturday, June 6 in Coronado National Forest north of Tucson, Ariz. Arizona’s wildfire season is already in high gear, thanks in large part to human carelessness but also weather conditions last winter that produced an abundance of vegetation now serving as fuel for fires. (Rick WileyArizona Daily Star via AP)

A DC-10 air tanker drops thousands of gallons of retardant at the base of the Bighorn Fire burning above La Reseve along Pusch Ridge on Saturday, June 6 in Coronado National Forest north of Tucson, Ariz. Arizona’s wildfire season is already in high gear, thanks in large part to human carelessness but also weather conditions last winter that produced an abundance of vegetation now serving as fuel for fires. (Rick WileyArizona Daily Star via AP)

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