A melted newspaper box sits amidst the remnants of a burned neighborhood that was consumed by the Carlton Complex Fire in Pateros, Washington July 18, 2014. The fast moving wildfire burning east of ... more 
A melted newspaper box sits amidst the remnants of a burned neighborhood that was consumed by the Carlton Complex Fire in Pateros, Washington July 18, 2014. The fast moving wildfire burning east of Washington state's Cascade Mountains, also known as the Carlton Complex Fire, destroyed some 80 homes and displaced hundreds of people on Friday as it scorched through parched vegetation and showed no sign of letting up, emergency officials said. In the town of Pateros, about 120 miles northeast of Seattle, the entire population of about 650 people was under mandatory evacuation orders, though some began returning Friday to survey the charred remains of their homes and belongings. REUTERS/David Ryder (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) less 
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Reuters | Photo By DAVID RYDER / REUTERS
Fri, Jul 18, 2014 10:00 PM EDT