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Some New Mexico wildfire evacuees worry about their future

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The biggest fire in New Mexico history has been burning for six weeks. Some of the hundreds forced to evacuate say their financial resources are dwindling. Amity Maes, 8 months pregnant and penniless, says she's on a quarter-tank of gas. The wildfire remained 40% contained around its perimeter Sunday.
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Some New Mexico wildfire evacuees worry about their future

As more than 2,700 firefighters in northern New Mexico continue to battle the nation’s largest active wildfire, many evacuees are worried about their future. Hundreds have been away from their

4 months ago·United States
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Some New Mexico wildfire evacuees worry about their future

MORA, N.M. (AP) — As more than 2,700 firefighters in northern New Mexico continue to battle the nation’s largest active wildfire, many evacuees are worried about their future. Hundreds have been away from their homes for more than a month now due to the biggest fire in the state’s recorded history, and some say their financial resources are dwindling. Officials at Glorieta Adventure Camps said there have been 67 coronavirus cases among evacuees,…

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Some New Mexico wildfire evacuees worry about their future

MORA, N.M. (AP) — As more than 2,700 firefighters in northern New Mexico continued to battle the nation’s largest active wildfire on Sunday, many evacuees were growing concerned about their future after weeks away from homeThe biggest fire in the state’s recorded history has been burning for six weeks now, and some of the hundreds forced to evacuate say their financial resources are dwindling.Amity Maes, a 30-year-old Mora resident who said she …

4 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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Portland Press HeraldPortland Press Herald

Some New Mexico wildfire evacuees worry about their future

The biggest fire in the state's recorded history has been burning for six weeks now, and some of the hundreds forced to evacuate say their financial resources are dwindling.

4 months ago·Portland, United States
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New Mexico man rebuilding after wildfire destroys property

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Calf Canyon, Hermits Peak Fire has left some rebuilding their lives. Jon Carleton of Mineral Hill, and his mom live on the same property. Almost everything on their property, two houses, three tool sheds and an art studio with decades worth of his mom's art burned and are gone. Unlikely survivors found at El Porvenir Campgrounds Carleton says he's probably among the first to receive financial help from FEMA, bu…

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San Diego Union TribuneSan Diego Union Tribune

Some New Mexico wildfire evacuees worry about their future

As more than 2,700 firefighters in northern New Mexico continue to battle the nation’s largest active wildfire, many evacuees are worried about their future

4 months ago·San Diego, United States
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