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Three Rivers Fire Prompts Evacuation Notices in New Mexico’s South

A wildfire prompted evacuation notices for several areas near the Lincoln National Forest in New Mexico’s south, as the blaze grew to more than 4000 acres on April 26. Multiple engines and air support were battling to contain the so-called Three Rivers Fire, according to the US Forest Service. This video posted by Slow Play RV Park shows smoke billowing from the fire, seen from Ruidoso Downs. Credit: Slow Play RV Park via Storyful

A wildfire prompted evacuation notices for a number of areas close to the Lincoln National Forest in New Mexico’s south, because the blaze grew to greater than 4000 acres on April 26. Multiple engines and air help had been battling to include the so-called Three Rivers Fire, in accordance with the US Forest Service. This video posted by Slow Play RV Park reveals smoke billowing from the fireplace, seen from Ruidoso Downs. Credit: Slow Play RV Park by way of Storyful

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