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Alaska Wildland Firefighters Enter Moon Lake Complex Fires



Alaska wildland firefighters enter an active area of the Moon Lake Complex Fires in Tok, AK. The Moon Lake Complex Fires consists of 2 fires, Moon Lake Fire and Tetlin Junction Ridge Fire, along the Alaska and Taylor Highways near Tok, AK. Lightning strikes on Jun. 25, 2013 caused the fires, which have consumed over 49, 959 acres. Forest Service photo by USDAgov.

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