Fires menace West; tornado touches Colorado wildfire site

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Fires menace West; tornado touches Colorado wildfire site

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In this photo provided by the Wellington Fire Protection District shows a tornado south of Fairplay, Colorado, on July 5.
In this Tuesday, July 3, 2018, photo provided by Cal Fire, an American flag flies as the County Fire burns in the background near Markley Cove in Lake Berryessa, Calif. Thousands of firefighters battling a massive wildfire in Northern California are bracing for upcoming hotter and drier weather that could help the blaze about three times the size of San Francisco spread even more. The fire burning northwest of Sacramento grew overnight Thursday, July 5, 2018, to 134 square miles after a day of cool weather that helped crew gain some ground. ()
Burned structures caused by a wildfire near Duchesne, Utah, on July 5.
A helicopter fills up with water to make a drop on Basalt Mountain to fight a wildfire on July 5, in Basalt, Colorado.
Smoke from a wildfire rises from Basalt Mountain on July 5 in Basalt, Colorado.
A water skier skims across Lake Berryessa in front of blacked hills from the County Fire, on July 5 north of Winters, California.
Smoke pours from a wildfire near Duchesne, Utah, on July 5.
Smoke rises from a wildfire near Strawberry Reservoir in Utah, on July 5.
Celia Corona and her son Marco embrace as they sleep after evacuating from a wildfire in El Jebel, on July 5 at the Basalt High School in Colorado.
A poster-size thank you card for their efforts awaits firefighters inside the American Red Cross shelter at the Fort Garland (Colorado) Community Center on July 5.

Fires menace West; tornado touches Colorado wildfire site

In this photo provided by the Wellington Fire Protection District shows a tornado south of Fairplay, Colorado, on July 5.
In this Tuesday, July 3, 2018, photo provided by Cal Fire, an American flag flies as the County Fire burns in the background near Markley Cove in Lake Berryessa, Calif. Thousands of firefighters battling a massive wildfire in Northern California are bracing for upcoming hotter and drier weather that could help the blaze about three times the size of San Francisco spread even more. The fire burning northwest of Sacramento grew overnight Thursday, July 5, 2018, to 134 square miles after a day of cool weather that helped crew gain some ground. ()
Burned structures caused by a wildfire near Duchesne, Utah, on July 5.
A helicopter fills up with water to make a drop on Basalt Mountain to fight a wildfire on July 5, in Basalt, Colorado.
Smoke from a wildfire rises from Basalt Mountain on July 5 in Basalt, Colorado.
A water skier skims across Lake Berryessa in front of blacked hills from the County Fire, on July 5 north of Winters, California.
Smoke pours from a wildfire near Duchesne, Utah, on July 5.
Smoke rises from a wildfire near Strawberry Reservoir in Utah, on July 5.
Celia Corona and her son Marco embrace as they sleep after evacuating from a wildfire in El Jebel, on July 5 at the Basalt High School in Colorado.
A poster-size thank you card for their efforts awaits firefighters inside the American Red Cross shelter at the Fort Garland (Colorado) Community Center on July 5.
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