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Fire grows to 1,900 acres as it enters more forested area

Jul 24, 2013 By Eric Blom Staff Writer

The wildfire in Sinks Canyon grew more than 1,900 acres by Wednesday morning. Westerly winds pushed the Fairfield Fire away from the Homestead Park subdivision ...


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The Fairfield Fire burned west on Tuesday afternoon along the north rim of Sinks Canyon, leaving a swath of scorched earth behind it, to the right. The blaze was estimated at 1,909 acres as of 1 p.m. Wednesday. Photo by Eric Blom

The Fairfield Fire burned west on Tuesday afternoon along the north rim of Sinks Canyon, leaving a swath of scorched earth behind it, to the right. The blaze was estimated at 1,909 acres as of 1 p.m. Wednesday. Photo by Eric Blom


The Fairfield Fire burned west on Tuesday afternoon along the north rim of Sinks Canyon, leaving a swath of scorched earth behind it, to the right. The blaze was estimated at 1,909 acres as of 1 p.m. Wednesday. Photo by Eric Blom

The Fairfield Fire burned west on Tuesday afternoon along the north rim of Sinks Canyon, leaving a swath of scorched earth behind it, to the right. The blaze was estimated at 1,909 acres as of 1 p.m. Wednesday. Photo by Eric Blom

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