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Wildfires / Florida / Arizona #1000636

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 21, 2011
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(Washington: Brian Williams) The wildfires in several states introduced; map shown; statistics cited.

(Palm Beach County, Florida: Mark Potter) The battle against the fires in Florida featured; scenes shown of flames and smoke; photos shown of Forestry Rangers Josh Burch†† and Brett Fulton††, who were killed. [Florida Division of Forestry Gary CARPENTER†, Frank BRIGHT†- comment on the fatigue and the need for rain.] [Wildfire emergency incident commander Jim KARELS†- comments on the deaths of Burch and Fulton.]

(Cochise County, Arizona: Miguel Almaguer) The impact of the Monument fire in Arizona featured; scenes shown of burned-out houses. [Residents James TUNSTALL‡, Dora PERADA‡, Barbara REEVES‡- react.]

Williams, Brian;
Potter, Mark;
Almaguer, Miguel

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