It's been two weeks since the wildfire in eastern Arizona started, and it could soon become the biggest fire in the state's history. The blaze, known was the Wallow fire, has burned 430,171 acres, bigger than most of the largest cities in the U.S., and is 38,467 acres shy of matching the current record holder for the largest ever, the Rodeo/Chediski wildfire of 2002. The fire is still growing, and, despite the best efforts of firefighters, is only five percent contained, a decrease from an estimated six percent earlier. More than 9,000 people have been evacuated from surrounding areas and the wildfire has consumed 29 homes.
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