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Every two days, US wildfires are consuming an area the size of Washington, DC. And there’s no let up in sight

The dozens of wildfires that have scorched the western US this summer have consumed on average 30 square miles —almost half the size of Washington, DC— on a daily basis, the US Drought Monitor said Thursday.

The dozens of wildfires that have scorched the western US this summer have consumed on average 30 square miles —almost half the size of Washington, DC— on a daily basis, the US Drought Monitor said Thursday.

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