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Fire eats up the forest in Arizona.
This is the deadliest wildfire involving firefighters in the US for 30 years.
The blaze spread rapidly amid high heat, low humidity and windy conditions.
Helicopters and planes tried to douse flames from above. Thousands of people have been evacuated.
As some American states experience extreme temperatures and drought, meteorologists have warned that more forest fires may hit California and New Mexico.
fire that spreads rapidly and uncontrollably
extinguish (a fire)
taken away (from a difficult or dangerous situation or place)
professionals who analyse weather conditions