Published On: Jul 01 2013 01:08:31 PM CDTUpdated On: Oct 31 2014 12:50:46 PM CDT
In this handout photo from the Arizona State Forestry Division, the Yarnell Hill fire burns beyond Highway I-17 June 29, 2013, near Yarnell, Arizona, about 80 miles northwest of Phoenix. Nineteen firefighters died fighting the fast-moving wildfire the next day. Take a look at the most deadly wildland fires for firefighters.
June 30, 2013: Nineteen firefighters were killed batting the Yarnell Fire near Prescott, Ariz.
Aug. 4, 2003: Eight firefighters returning home from fighting the South Fork fire in Idaho were killed when their van collided head-on with a semitrailer in Roseburg, Ore.
Aug. 5, 2008: Nine firefighters were killed when a helicopter shuttling them from the front lines of the Buckhorn Fire near Weaverville, California, crashed.
Nov. 24, 1956: Eleven firefighters were killed while fighting the Inaja Fire in California's Cleveland National Forest.
Oct. 1, 1943: Eleven firefighters were killed while fighting the Hauser Canyon Fire in California's Cleveland National Forest.
Nov. 1, 1966: Twelve firefighters were killed while fighting the Loop Fire in California's Angeles National Forest.
Aug. 5, 1949: Thirteen firefighters were killed while fighting the Mann Gulch Fire in Helena, Mont.
July 6, 1994: Fourteen firefighters were killed while fighting the South Canyon Fire in Glenwood Springs, Colo.
Aug. 21, 1937: Fifteen firefighters were killed while fighting the Blackwater Fire in Wyoming's Shoshone National Forest.
July 9, 1953: Fifteen firefighters were killed while fighting the Rattlesnake Fire in California's Mendocino National Forest.
Oct. 3, 1933: Twenty-nine firefighters were killed while fighting the Griffith Park Fire in Los Angeles, Calif.
Aug. 20, 1910: Eighty-six firefighters were killed while fighting the Devil's Broom Fire in Silverton, Idaho.
20 individuals have been arrested in connection with a five-month long investigation that involved the Santa Barbara Police Department, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, into the sales of illegal narcotics and firearms.
For little to no cost financial cost to the fighters, the Central Coast Boxing club is training young people to channel their aggression into something positive. Their program has gotten so popular, they're looking to expand, and you have a chance to support them by cheering them on at a huge event May 14.
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