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Hayman fire

The Hayman fire began June 8, 2002, in a forest southwest of Denver, Colorado. Hundreds of forestry officials and firefighters have risked their lives to fight the fast-moving inferno, which has caused nearly $7 million in damage, burned 25 homes and forced the evacuation of 5,340 persons. The blaze, initially labelled a wildfire, was accidentally ignited by a federal forester who lit a campfire while on duty enforcing a ban on campfires.

See: Colorado blaze set by forester, authorities say (http://www.washtimes.com/national/20020617-66901100.htm)

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