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The wildfires that burned more than 300,000 acres in 24 hours in Washington on Labor Day were "unprecedented and heartbreaking," Gov. Jay Inslee said Tuesday.
When fireworks are set off in dry dune grass, sometimes we luck out and nothing bad happens. More often, a fire starts but emergency responder…
Large wildfires in Washington and Oregon may take 25% longer to put out this summer as fire camps adopt time-consuming precautions to prevent firefighters from catching COVID-19, according to Northwest fire officials.
Northwest fire officials anticipate time-consuming adaptations to covid-19 will lengthen the time it takes to suppress major wildfires.