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Horrifying: Entire hot shot crew perishes in Arizona’s Yarnell Fire

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By Michelle Malkin  •  July 1, 2013 12:06 AM

The scale and deadliness of the Yarnell Fire in Arizona is beyond horrific. An entire hot shot crew of 18-19 firefighters reportedly died today fighting the Yarnell Fire. Some 250 homes have already burned.

Twitchy has all the breaking, heart-breaking developments, photos, and Twitter firsthand reports.

And tributes to Arizona’s fallen Granite Mountain Hotshot Crew flood Twitter.

Officials say it’s the largest firefighter loss in any incident since 9/11.

Keep all those affected in your prayers as the blaze rages on.

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Of course, the Left leaps to blame global warming…for a fire that local reports say was started by lightning.

Flashback one year ago this week:

Global warming blame-ologists play with fire

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