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USA Apocalyptic FIRES Ravage - COLORADO & NATIONWIDE - 8,400 Fighters 578 Trucks 79 Copters 6.28.12

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Published on Jun 28, 2012

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June 28, 2012 Deadly Apocalyptic Fires are raging across the USA with unbelievable statistics. Officials report that there are currently 8,400 FireFighters, 578 Fire Trucks, 79 Helicopters fighting fires. After unbelievable fires in New Mexico and other states, Colorado is now overwhelmed with such record breaking fires that it is using up more than 50 percent of nationwide federal resources. After already evacuating thousands of homes, in one night the fire doubled in size sending firefighters and more than 35,000 residents fleeing for their lives at once. This situation is so dire that it has drawn a special presidential visit."

June 30, 2012
- 10,000 More under Evacuation Orders
- National Guard Patrol Damage; Mann Road Blocks
- Loss rise to 360 Houses + Hogh Park 259 =619 Houses
- Fire Conatianment increase to 30%
- Risky control Burns attempted
- 4,000 resident to be bussed to see rains of homes
- Huih Park Fire by itself destroyed 259 Homes but is now essentially contained
June 29, 2012: PRESIDENT OBAMA VISITS
- President Offers Federal Help
- 2 Dead
- 346 Homes Burnt to Ground
- Whole Communities of Stump and Ashes
June 28, 2012
- At least 340 homes Destroyed
- 8,400 Fire Fighters; 578 Fire Trucks; 79 Helicopters fighting fires nationally
- More than 50% of Federal resources are now in Colorado
- "Never seen anything like this before" says everyone
- Governor: "This is as serious as it gets,"
- Media: "..humbling, terrifying and mesmerizing".
- News Anchor: :Terrible Traged" while in tears
- News Anchors: Getting emotional, Offering prayers etc
June 27, 2012
- Dramatically Worsening Fires
- Double in size overnight
- 35,000 FLEE HOMES
- 2,000 Resident Evacuated from Air For Academy
- 105 Degrees of Searing Heat (Record tie with 1989)
- 65 mph Winds
- Utah: Woman Found Dead
- 257 Houses Burnt; Record for Colorado
June 26, 2012
- 7,000 More Residents Evacuated
- Only 3% Humidity; 98 Degrees;
- Dry Thunderstorms
June 25, 2012 EL PASO FIRE
- 4,000 Homes Evacuated form El Paso County
- "This is a day we've long dreaded woul dcome' says Mayor
- Zero(0) Containment
June 24, 2012 NEW COLORADO FIRE
- Already Out of Control
- Near Colorado Springs
- Thousands of Residents Flee their Homes; 11,000 flee one area
- Homes & Cabins Destroyed in a New North Fire
- At leat 7 Fires in Colorado
- Waldo Canyon Fire; 5,000 ordered to evacuate

June 23, 2012
- Containment reduced from 60% to 45% after:
- 1,900 Firefighters
- 35 Crews
- 135 Fire Trucks
- 5 Tractors
- 5 Air Tankers
- 14 Copters
- 75,000 acres more burnt in 1 day
- Official: Worsening Fire is unusual, unlike what they have seen

June 18, 2012
- Increased to 90 sq mls
- 1,700 Firefighters
- More Evacuations
- 45% contained
June 14: (NEW FIRES)
- Lightning Struck i Tree
- 181 Homes Destroyed; Record in NM History
- Exploded from 2 acrs to 90 sq mls
- 1,200 Firefighters
- Only 10% Contained
- Closer to populated areas than the rrecord Blaze in May
- 1 Dead
- Reportedly have no control
- 100 Structure Damaged/Destroyed
- Windy, Dry condition cause no hope of containment
- Hundred forced to Evacuate their Homes
- Tourism: Gila Cliff Closed; White Mt Wilderness Closed; Lincoln National Forest
June 10, 2012
- Moving fast through parched forests
- Much evacuation
- Many structires damnaged or destroyed
- A Colorado blaze reach 8,000 acrs in 24 hrs
- A new Mew mexico blaze reach 10,000 acrs in 24 hrs
- Paradise Park Existing wildfire cause evacuations as well; 800 Notices
- Lincloln National Forest Fires; 20 structures damaged or destroyed
- Little Bear Fire grew to 10,000 acrs

May 31, 2012: (LARGEST IN NM HISTORY)
- Now largest in New Mexico State History
- 435 sq miles; Over 350,000 acrs
- Ona & Half the size of Chicago
- Major site seen from Space
- Gila Forest Fires largest in US currently
- Homes Destroyed
- Towns evacuated
- Health Alerts
- 1,200 Firefighers statewide
- Many Spot Fires
- Officials worry abopur shifting winds &* dryness
- Air Quality Alerts even 170 mls away

- NEW MEXICO: 265 sq mls; 170,000 Acres; 500 Fire Fighters
- ARIZONA: 35,000 Acres; Red Flag Warning;
- COLORADO: Thousands of Firefighters on standby
- CALIFORNIA: 2,500 Acres
- UTAH: 4,200 Acres
- MICHIGAN
- NEVADA

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