This Thursday, July 4, 2013, aerial photo provided by Prescott Fire Department, shows the site where 19 firefighters were killed in an Arizona wildfire on Sunday, June 30, 2013. The line in the middle of the photo, built by a bulldozer after the deaths, allowed law enforcement and fellow firefighters to reach the fallen firefighters and remove their bodies from the mountain the day after they were killed. The Prescott Fire Department identified the site where the men died as the discolored patch of earth just beyond where the bulldozer line ends. The photo also shows that the intense wildfire wiped out all vegetation in the area. (AP Photo/Prescott Fire Department)

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This Thursday, July 4, 2013, aerial photo provided by Prescott Fire Department, shows the site where 19 firefighters were killed in an Arizona wildfire on Sunday, June 30, 2013. The line in the middle of the photo, built by a bulldozer after the deaths, allowed law enforcement and fellow firefighters to reach the fallen firefighters and remove their bodies from the mountain the day after they were killed. The Prescott Fire Department identified the site where the men died as the discolored patch of earth just beyond where the bulldozer line ends. The photo also shows that the intense wildfire wiped out all vegetation in the area. (AP Photo/Prescott Fire Department)
This Thursday, July 4, 2013, aerial photo provided by Prescott Fire Department, shows the site where 19 firefighters were killed in an Arizona wildfire on Sunday, June 30, 2013. The line in the middle of the photo, built by a bulldozer after the deaths, allowed law enforcement and fellow firefighters to reach the fallen firefighters and remove their bodies from the mountain the day after they were killed. The Prescott Fire Department identified the site where the men died as the discolored patch of earth just beyond where the bulldozer line ends. The photo also shows that the intense wildfire wiped out all vegetation in the area. (AP Photo/Prescott Fire Department)
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