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This Monday, July 29, 2013, photo shows the Colockum Pass fire burning in the mountains and which has also burned its way down to the banks of the Columbia River. The Colockum Pass fire has grown to more than 10 square miles burning 5 five homes in addition to other structures 20 miles south of Wenatchee. (AP Photo/The Seattle Times, Steve Ringman)
Photo by: Steve Ringman
This Monday, July 29, 2013, photo shows the Colockum Pass fire burning in the mountains and which has also burned its way down to the banks of the Columbia River. The Colockum Pass fire has grown to more than 10 square miles burning 5 five homes in addition to other structures 20 miles south of Wenatchee. (AP Photo/The Seattle Times, Steve Ringman)

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