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    The remaining residents of two eastern Arizona towns in the path of a massive wildfire have been ordered to evacuate. The 607-square-mile (977-square-kilometre) blaze has already made about 2,700 people flee mountain towns in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. It became the second-largest in Arizona history on Tuesday.

    The remaining residents of two eastern Arizona towns in the path of a massive wildfire have been ordered to evacuate. The 607-square-mile (977-square-kilometre) blaze has already made about 2,700 people flee mountain towns in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. It became the second-largest in Arizona history on Tuesday.

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