Forest Service says it caused New Mexico’s largest wildfire

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The U.S. Forest Service disclosed Friday that it caused both fires that converged into the Calf Canyon-Hermits Peak Fire, New Mexico’s largest fire that is still burning in the Santa Fe National Forest.Why it matters: It’s currently the largest fire nationwide at around 314,000 acres and has destroyed more than 750 structures, displaced thousands of…

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