Washington Wildfire Under Control

Tom Banse reports that a wild fire ignited by a collision between a car and a trailer truck in Washington state is under control. The fire burned across nearly half of the Hanford nuclear reservation in southeastern Washington, threatening radioactive waste sites and forcing scores of people to be evacuated.

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