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Wildfire Historic Big Bend Site

A wildfire that started in Mexico jumped across the Rio Grande and spread into the Castolon Historic District of Big Bend National Park is seen from Terlingua Cemetery Wednesday, May 22, 2019, in Terlingua, Texas. The historic shade ramada of the barracks building (visitor center and store) was heavily damaged by the fire. At the time of the fire temperature rose well above 100 degrees in the shade. The fire is still burning and estimated to be 600-800 acres according to the park. A large portion of the park remains closed. (AP Photo|Odessa American, Jacob Ford)/Odessa American via AP)

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May 24, 2019 10:04:23 AM
May 24, 2019 09:07:46 PM
Jacob Ford
Odessa American
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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3390 x 2260 5.37 MB
Natural disasters, Accidents and disasters, General news, Wildfires, Fires, Wildfires
Big bend, fire, Terlingua, Texas, wildfire, Mexico, Rio Grande, Big bend, fire, Terlingua, Texas, wildfire, Mexico, Rio Grande, river, historic, Castolon
Odessa, TEXAS, UNITED STATES
TXODE102
MBI
Jacob Ford

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