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  1. Part 2
  2. Let us pray for those people
  3. A three-day-old wildfire erupted withcatastrophic fury Tuesday, ripping across the foothills neighborhoods of Colorado Springs, devouring an untold number of homes andsending tens of thousands fleeing to safety in what was shaping up as one of the biggest disasters in state history. “This is a firestorm of epic proportions,” said Colorado Springs Fire Chief Richard Brown.By nightfall, roughly 32,000 people left their homes, chased out by the flames.

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