Washington National Guard Sgt. Matt Eagen, left, breaks up wood and soil looking for hot spots as the hillside is sprayed with water, Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2015, near Chelan, Wash. The troops in Washington state were part of a massive response to blazes burning uncontrolled throughout the West.
Washington National Guard Sgt. Matt Eagen, left, breaks up wood and soil looking for hot spots as the hillside is sprayed with water, Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2015, near Chelan, Wash. The troops in Washington state were part of a massive response to blazes burning uncontrolled throughout the West. Ted S. Warren AP
Washington National Guard Sgt. Matt Eagen, left, breaks up wood and soil looking for hot spots as the hillside is sprayed with water, Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2015, near Chelan, Wash. The troops in Washington state were part of a massive response to blazes burning uncontrolled throughout the West. Ted S. Warren AP

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