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A dozer line can be seen in contrast to the surrounding burned area of the Hotshots’ shelter deployment site near Yarnell. This dozer line was put in to retrieve the bodies of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, it was not created during fire suppression efforts. The deployment site can be seen as a slightly discolored area just beyond the end of the dozer line.
Wade Ward/Courtesy photo

A dozer line can be seen in contrast to the surrounding burned area of the Hotshots’ shelter deployment site near Yarnell. This dozer line was put in to retrieve the bodies of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, it was not created during fire suppression efforts. The deployment site can be seen as a slightly discolored area just beyond the end of the dozer line.

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