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Enormous flames lit up the night sky in the far west valley late last night after acres of yard debris and mulch went up in smoke. And this is what the fire looks like tonight. The blaze is still going strong as smoke fills the air. Folks can smell the fire from many places around the valley. As firefighters are letting it burn out, which could take days. Crews believe the fire could be human caused.“It's very tall, it's very thick,” says Colin Williams with the Rural/Metro Fire Department. “...
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