Photos From the Wallow Fire 

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Josh Morgan went to the edge of the Wallow Fire to capture an area on the brink of destruction.
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Nick Torres, 31, and his brother Carlos Torres, 29, gaze at the thick smoke that blankets their homes in Springerville with their daughters, Amaya and Hannah, sitting on their shoulders. Nick and Carlos left Springerville on Tuesday, June 7, moments after the official evacuation order for Springerville and Eager was in effect. The evacuation notice was lifted on June 12.
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Eric Silva, 42, stayed behind in Springerville despite the evacuation notice to take care of his dog, Big Dog.
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Eric Silva, and his fianceé, Traci Speicher, cleared out a grove near Big Lake for their wedding next week. Silva is now unsure if the wedding is still on because of the difficulties associated with the fire.
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A view of a Springerville neighborhood. The air was thick with smoke from the Wallow fire even before the evacuation notice was in effect.
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Horses graze in a pasture in Eagar, Ariz. as the Wallow fire burns in the distance. The area has an abundance of ranching land. During the evacuation, many animals were left behind because they had limited places to go.
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Firefighters drive into an evacuated Springerville, Ariz. on their way to fight the Wallow fire on Thursday, June 9. Residents of Springerville and Eagar were evacuated on Tuesday, June 14. The evacuation notice was lifted on Sunday, June 12.
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Cattle graze in a pasture just outside of Springerville, Ariz. The area has an abundance of ranching land. During the evacuation, many animals were left behind because they had limited places to go.
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Firefighters perform a backburn operation outside of Eager, Ariz. The Wallow Fire is burning through over 400,000 acres of land in eastern Ariz. and western N.M.
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Firefighters perform a backburn operation outside of Eager, Ariz. The Wallow Fire is burning through over 400,000 acres of land in eastern Ariz. and western N.M.
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The DC-10 air tanker was deployed on Thursday, June 9 to help combat the Wallow fire. The DC-10 holds 11,600 gallons of water or retardant in an external tank and can empty its tank in less than eight seconds from an altitude of 200 to 500 feet.
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Firefighters drive into an evacuated Springerville, Ariz. on their way to fight the Wallow fire on Thursday, June 9. Residents of Springerville and Eagar were evacuated on Tuesday, June 14. The evacuation notice was lifted on Sunday, June 12.
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A man gazes at the smoke blanketing Springerville, Ariz. moments before the offical evacuation notice was in place on Tuesday June, 7. The evacuation notice was lifted Sunday, June 12.
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Nick Torres, 31, and his brother Carlos Torres, 29, gaze at the thick smoke that blankets their homes in Springerville with their daughters, Amaya and Hannah, sitting on their shoulders. Nick and Carlos left Springerville on Tuesday, June 7, moments after the official evacuation order for Springerville and Eager was in effect. The evacuation notice was lifted on June 12.

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