Crews Battle Largest Wildfire in Wash. State History

Crews in Washington are battling the largest wildfire in the state's history, a massive blaze that is burning across some 215,000 acres of the Cascade Range. The wildfires are being fueled by high winds and have destroyed nearly 100 homes. "It was like this monster just came over our town," said Libby Harrison, the mayor of Pateros, Wash., which has been all but destroyed by colossal flames. Zero percent of the wildfire that hit Pateros has been contained.

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