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Air tanker drops retardant on the Aspen Fire

Air tanker drops retardant on the Aspen Fire on Tuesday, Jul. 30, 2013. The Aspen Fire in the Sierra National Forest near Big Creek, CA began on Jul. 22, 2013 by lightning and has consumed approximately 16, 204 acres and is approximately 40% contained. U.S. Forest Service photo.

20130722-FS-UNK-0007, a photo by USDAgov on Flickr.


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