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Texas Wildfire Crisis: Investigating the Unprecedented Smokehouse Creek Fire and Support for Devastated Farmers

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Texas Wildfire Crisis: Investigating the Unprecedented Smokehouse Creek Fire and Support for Devastated Farmers

In the wake of the unprecedented Smokehouse Creek fire, which has become the largest wildfire in Texas history, state officials are launching an investigation into its cause. The fire, which ignited a week ago in the Panhandle, has raised concerns as it continues to ravage the region, consuming over a million acres and claiming two lives. Simultaneously, efforts are underway to support farmers and ranchers who have faced immense losses due to the relentless wildfires.

Russell Boening who heads the Texas Farm Bureau, says that cattle and horses were trapped.

Russell Boening who heads the Texas Farm. . .

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