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The Wallow Fire was started by human activity on May 29

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June 13, 2011

Aqua Satellite Captures Massive Arizona Wildfires

The Wallow Fire was started by human activity on May 29, and the wind-fueled inferno has become the second-largest fire in Arizona history. By the end of the day on June 9, the massive fire had reached 386,690 acres (609 square miles or 157,701 hectares) and had burned 29 and threatened 5,242 homes.