Wildfires Raging In Extreme Heat In The West

Extreme heat is causing problems for crews battling a rash of wildfires  in the western U.S.  The Utah Division of Forestry says more than  14-hundred people are fighting the massive Brian Head Fire that has now  burned more than 46-thousand acres.  Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has  declared a state of emergency to deal with the more than a dozen large wildfires  since April, saying winds and high temperatures have made conditions  much worse.  The Frye Fire in southern Arizona covered more than  37-thousand acres as of Sunday with 39-percent of the perimeter  contained.

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