New Mexico struggles against raging wildfires amid evacuations

There’s been an unusually early start to the fire season this year, with blazes already burning for weeks in the southwest, mainly in Arizona and New Mexico. The nation’s largest wildfire continues to rage in New Mexico near Santa Fe and has burned nearly 260,000 acres with no end in sight. Stephanie Sy reports on the toll the massive blaze is taking on both its land and its people.

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