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Landscape Left Scorched by Calf Canyon Fire in New Mexico's Mora County
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Residents in New Mexico’s Mora County on Wednesday, May 18, surveyed some of the charred landscape left behind by the Calf Canyon-Hermit’s Peak fire, which on Monday became the largest wildfire ever recorded in the state.This footage from by Tanya Kwan-Simmons shows scorched woodland near her home in Cleveland, a community northwest of Mora, on Wednesday afternoon.“That was the shed and this… was the house,” Kwan-Simmons says in the footage.Speaking to Storyful, Kwan-Simmons said: “Our house and all of the ones around us are total losses, just the crumpled metal roofs are left (…) The fire took everything.”The Calf Canyon-Hermit’s Peak fire was continuing to spread on Friday, May 20, having burned over a total of 303,701 acres (475 sq. miles), according to fire officials.Officials told residents of four counties – Mora, San Miguel, Taos, and Colfax – to “remain on high alert for changes to evacuation statuses and road closures.” Credit: Tanya Kwan-Simmons via Storyful
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