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Scoop Images And Links: Razing Arizona

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Close Up Of Rodeo:

NASA - Image Credit: Jacques Descloitres, MODIS Land Rapid Response Team, NASA GSFC

Another Close Up Of Rodeo:

Photo Source MODIS Via Southwest Area Wildfire Operations

- Earlier space pictures of Rodeo Fire Arizona
NASA Image: Rodeo Fire Burning In Arizona.

- Supercomputer weather forecast for Mid West till July 5th
Supercomputer Weather: US Fires Forecast Hot & Dry


George Bush Visits – A Storm Picks Up Fanning Flames– Lightning Warnings


Southwest Area Wildfire Operations

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The Arizona Republic

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'Hang in there': Bush checks out fire, promises federal help
Associated Press
June 25, 2002 11:25:00
EAGAR - In rolled-up shirt sleeves, President Bush got an aerial look Tuesday at the wildfire menacing eastern Arizona and told some of the 30,000 people forced from their homes: "Hang in there, brave and great people."


Storm fans wind gusts, reduces visibility for fire crews
Kristen Go, Judd Slivka, Jon Sidener, Pat Flannery and Chuck Kelly
The Arizona Republic
June 25, 2002 03:45:00
A thunderstorm moved over the Show Low area Tuesday afternoon, whipping up wind gusts of 40 mph and severely reducing visibility of firefighters trying to stave off the 'Rodeo-Chediski' fire from entering Show Low.

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