Wildland Firefighters Work at Hot Spot On Wallow Wildfire

Wildland firefighters work at a hot spot on the eastern edge of the Wallow Wildfire outside Alpine, Arizona near the state border west of the town of Luna, New Mexico June 14, 2011. The wildfire that has roared out of control for more than two weeks through the pine forests of eastern Arizona set a record on Tuesday as the largest in state history, having consumed over 469,000 acres. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)

Luna United States - June 15, 2011. Wildland firefighters work at a hot spot on the eastern edge of the Wallow Wildfire outside Alpine, Arizona near the state border west of the town of Luna, New Mexico June 14, 2011. The wildfire that has roared out of control for more than two weeks through the pine forests of eastern Arizona set a record on Tuesday as the largest in state history, having consumed over 469,000 acres. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)

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