Wildfires continue to rage in the Gila National Forest

According to official data, forest fires in the Gila National Wildlife burned vast areas of forest and bush, forcing residents Reign Mogollon in the southwest state to evacuate.

Wildfires continue to rage in the Gila National Forest

Photo: Smoke from the fires forced the government of New Mexico to declare warning of danger to health.
Kindle strong gusts of winds, May 26, 2012 fire grew, covering an area of over 400 square kilometers. 5 helicopters and more than 600 firefighters from across the state had not only to fight fires, but also to withstand severe weather conditions. Up until May 27 cities located far enough away from the forest, danger in the form of thick smoke. In this regard, the authorities of New Mexico called for residents of the state to limit walking on Memorial Day.
May 26 Colorado firefighters fought the flames, expanded to 12 square kilometers of the border with the State of Utah. But in the words of Steve Forest Service Segayna, fires did not carry the threat to people and zhilim buildings. However, for security people, tourists in resort areas on the interstate border, were evacuated. In California, moist air and moderate wind helped firefighters quickly put out the fire in 17 square kilometers.

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