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People Johnny Galecki Wildfire
In this Oct. 20, 2011, photo, Johnny Galecki arrives at the premiere of "In Time" in Los Angeles. A spokeswoman for, Galecki, the 42-year-old actor, says his home on a ranch in the San Luis Obispo area was destroyed by the wildfire on the state's central coast. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)
WALDO CANYON FIRE PICNIC
Steve Martin (right) and others at the Waldo Canyon Fire Picnic take shelter from a hailstorm Monday June 26, 2017, at Mountain Shadows Community Park. As the storm approached, speaker Matt Meister said to the crowd, "I think we all appreciate the rain, five years later." Photo by James Wooldridge, The Gazette
WALDO CANYON FIRE
A passerby photographs The Waldo Canyon Fire from Centennial Blvd Tuesday, June 26, 2012. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
The 392 fire - burning near Kenosha Pass in Park County was determined to be human caused. (Photo courtesy of Pike & San Isabel National Forests and Cimarron & Comanche National Grasslands via Isapsiccfireinfo.blogspot.com)
Western Wildfires
The Brian Head Fire continues to grow and has burned more than 27,700 acres, Friday, June 23, 2017 in Brian Head, Utah. A wildfire menacing a southern Utah ski town for nearly a week flared again, doubling in size for the second night in a row and torching more homes after residents fled the flames, officials said Friday. The blaze was one of several burning in the U.S. West as extreme heat challenges firefighters. (Stuart Johnson/The Deseret News via AP)
Photo courtesy San Miguel Sheriff's Office.
Western Wildfires
As smoke billow as a wildfire burns in the background, a roadblock closing Highway 143 to Brian Head, in Parowan Utah, is set up Wednesday, June 21, 2017. (Rick Egan/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)
A sign for the Waldo Canyon trail stands broken five years after the wildfire. The formerly popular trail has been closed since the blaze, as the U.S. Forest Service says the route has been washed away by erosion. (Photo by The Gazette)