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In 2018, there were 58,083 wildfires that scorched 8.8 million acres in the United States. California's Mendocino Complex Fire in July 2018 was the largest in state history. But it was the Camp Fire in Butte County, Northern California in November of 2018 that became the deadliest and most destructive, killing 88 people, and all but decimating the city of Paradise, California.

Who are the people that fight these fires? What does it take to put these fires out? And how do they know which fires to allow to burn, and which to throw everything they have into put it out?

Bob Evans with FOX 13 News in Salt Lake City sat down with Jason Curry with the Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands in September of 2019, for a 3 Questions interview.


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