Forest Fire Becomes New Mexico's Largest Ever

A huge wildfire in New Mexico has now burned more than 170,000 acres, making it the largest in state history. The fire is not contained, and officials are concerned it could keep spreading due to dry weather and erratic winds. (May 31)

A huge wildfire in New Mexico has now burned more than 170,000 acres, making it the largest in state history. The fire is not contained, and officials are concerned it could keep spreading due to dry weather and erratic winds. (May 31)

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