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USFA: Wyoming On-Duty Death

Smokejumper/Firefighter Tim Hart was working the Eiks Fire in New Mexico when he was injured.

Wyoming Smokejumper Dies of Injuries Suffered Fighting New Mexico Wildfire

A Wyoming smokejumper has died of injuries suffered last month while fighting a wildfire in New Mexico.

Documentary Tells ‘Forgotten’ Story of Deadly 1977 Honda Canyon Fire

Flames overran the men sometime after 9 a.m., killing Turner, Vandenberg Fire Chief Billy Bell and Assistant Fire Chief Eugene Cooper.

Wildland Firefighter Dies in Off-Duty Fall in Mississippi

Batson decided to take a shortcut from the top of the bluff to a grassy area below by jumping a fence, but he jumped too far.

Nothing Looks Good for 2021 Wildfire Season

Severe drought has turned forests and grasslands into dry fuels.

Four Dead in Florida Firefighting Helicopter Crash

No survivors found after a firefighting helicopter crashes during training in Leesburg, Florida.

International Falls Fire Department Quickly Extinguishes Wildfire on the Shore of Minnesota’s Rainy Lake

Fire jumped across open water from Frank Island to Voyageurs National Park on the U.S. mainland.

Hotshot Critically Injured Fighting New Mexico Wildfire

The firefighter works for the U.S. Forest Service and was injured Monday while fighting a fire in the Animas Mountains in Hidalgo County.

California Sees More Wildfires as Drought Intensifies

Fires so far have burned nearly five times as much acreage as they did last year at this time.

Grim Western Wildfire Season Starts Drier Than 2020 Record

“I think the Southwest is really primed for a bad fire season,” University of Utah fire scientist Phil Dennison said.


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