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New Mexico Wildfire Burns More Than 130 Square Miles

  A wildfire near New Mexico’s Gila Wilderness, has now grown to 85,000 acres (more than 130 square mile) and caused weekend air-quality warnings as far as Albuquerque And Santa Fe. The Huffington Post reports that over 500 firefighters are battling the blaze, which is the result of two lightning-sparked fires merging earlier this week. Fire [...] New Mexico Wildfire Burns More Than 130 Sq
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