Rapid Response Team in Arizona

By   •   July 11, 2013

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A home destroyed by the Yarnell Hill fire.
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Searching for salvageable items among the ashes.
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Beginning the long process of cleaning up
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What's left of an 88-year-old man's house.
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Chaplains pray for an 88-year-old man who just barely escaped the fire but lost his house.
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Rapid Response Team chaplains talk with residents who lost their house in the fire. The residents said none of their belongings were ever theirs...they all belonged to God, and they're just thankful to be alive.
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An American flag flies at half staff in front of what's left of a house destroyed in the Yarnell Hill fire.
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Moved by the memorial.
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A Rapid Response Team chaplain talks with another woman at the memorial site.
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A Rapid Response Team chaplain who fought fires for 20 years talks with a Phoenix, AZ firefighter.
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Honoring their fellow Hotshots who died on June 30.
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A pair of firefighter's boots placed at the memorial.
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Photos of the firefighters who died battling the Yarnell Hill fire in Arizona.
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Firefighters and members of the community visit the memorial site to pay their respects.
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A Salvation Army worker offers free water and Gatorade for people visiting the memorial site.
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A wooden cross at the memorial site is signed by dozens of people in Prescott, Ariz.
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A firefighter takes in the memorial for 19 fellow firefighters who died June 30 battling a wildfire in Yarnell, Ariz.
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A firefighter takes in the memorial for 19 fellow firefighters who died June 30 battling a wildfire in Yarnell, Ariz.
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Chaplains praying with a couple that lost a house in the fire in Yarnell, Ariz.
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A little girl places a single flower at the site of the memorial for 19 fallen firefighters. Her dad is a firefighter in Prescott, Ariz.

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