AFR crew working on River Complex Fire in California

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Four firefighters with Albuquerque Fire Rescue are working to help contain a wildfire burning in California. The Albuquerque crew is assigned to the 190,000-thousand-acre River Complex Fire on the Klamath Forest trying to protect the town of Callahan in the northwestern part of the state.


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The firefighters are working night burn operations in an effort to tie separate fires together. The crew will be in California for another week.

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