Two interns greatly affected by Waldo Canyon, Black Forest fires

By: The Gazette

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July 22, 2013 Updated: July 22, 2013 at 3:45 pm
photo - Gazette intern Megan Wood lost her home in the Waldo Canyon fire last year. The burn scar is in the background of this photo. (Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
Gazette intern Megan Wood lost her home in the Waldo Canyon fire last year. The burn scar is in the background of this photo. (Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette) 

As wildfire roared through Black Forest in June,  two Gazette interns were profoundly affected - in very different ways. For Megan Wood, working in the newsroom brought back a flood of memories from the Waldo Canyon fire. Suzanne Evans left work and headed toward her home in Black Forest as the fire started June 11.

Read their essays here:

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Megan Wood: Tragedy of Waldo Canyon fire slowly fades, leaving the good in people

Two interns greatly affected by Waldo Canyon, Black Forest fires

By: The Gazette
Updated: July 22, 2013 at 3:45 pm

As wildfire roared through Black Forest in June,  two Gazette interns were profoundly affected - in very different ways. For Megan Wood, working in the newsroom brought back a flood of memories from the Waldo Canyon fire. Suzanne Evans left work and headed toward her home in Black Forest as...

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