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Texas Panhandle Wildfires Now Worst in State History

NTD News
NTD News
Residents in Stinnett, TX on Thursday talk about the aftermath of the Texas Panhandle wildfires moving through their town as they have become the largest in state history. Authorities on Thursday said the Smokehouse Creek fire grew Thursday to nearly 1,700 square miles of scorched rural ranchlands and destroyed homes. The fire has merged with another blaze and is 3% contained. Authorities have not released the case of the blaze which has burned since Monday and quickly expanded in size. The fire has torn through dozens of homes, and officials have cautioned that the full extent of the damage remains unknown. At least one person has died. Source: Associated Press
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