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Once The Fire's Out, Arizona's Firefighters Will Reflect

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Fire crews are hoping to fully contain the deadly Yarnell Hill Fire by the end of the weekend, after a week in which the blaze claimed 19 firefighters. As the smoke dissipates and the fire cools, firefighters in Prescott, Ariz., are wondering what they'll do next, without the sense of purpose the fire provided. Nate Rott reports.
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