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Wildfire battle continues near Los Alamos, New Mexico

The battle continues Wednesday morning against a growing wildfire near Los Alamos, New Mexico.

The flames are burning just across the road from the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Crews are working to keep the fire from reaching thousands of barrels containing radioactive materials.

So far the blaze has burned 61-thousand acres and destroyed 30 buildings.

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