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The Cuyahoga first caught on fire in 1868 and would burn 11 more times until the blaze on June 22, 1969.
Here’s how these aerial operations work, and what it’s like battling blazes from the air.
The blazes quickly ripped through hundreds of thousands of acres, forcing thousands to evacuate, filling the skies with smoke, and raining down ash across much of the region.
A tornado of fire blazed before settling into a spinning blue flame several centimeters tall.
We’re blazing our own path, and creating opportunities that weren’t there before.
Devastating wildfires blazed across southeastern Australia in late 2019 and early 2020.
She got up and stood in front of the fire, having her hand on the chimney-piece and looking down at the blaze.
CONFIDENCEHENRY JAMES
She waited for the material pictures which she thought would gather and blaze before her imagination.
Through these flues were forced currents of hot air from a blaze in a large fireplace at one end of the house.
Hard up as we are for shell he thinks it best to blaze it away freely before closing and to trust our bayonets when we get in.

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