From NASA’s Earth Observatory:
On June 13, the Wallow Fire became the largest fire in Arizona’s history, surpassing the Rodeo Chediski Fire by just under 1,000 acres. By the end of the day, the Wallow Fire had burned 469,407 acres (1,900 square kilometers or 733 square miles) and destroyed 32 homes, 4 commercial buildings, and 36 outbuildings.
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