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  • Photo: Dan Winters

    On the morning of June 30, all 20 members of Prescott, Arizona's Granite Mountain Hotshots headed into the mountains to protect the small town of Yarnell from an advancing blaze. Later that day, every man but one was dead. Lone survivor Brendan "Donut" McDonough.

    For the full story, read 19: The True Story of the Yarnell Hill Fire

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    Remains of fire shelters, collected by Robert Caldwell’s mother, Linda, at the deployment site

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    The parents of Robert Caldwell, Linda and David Caldwell

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    Amanda Marsh

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    An intact emergency fire shelter

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    Claire Caldwell, who lost her husband, Robert, in the Yarnell Hill fire

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    A Pulaski tool

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    Darrell Willis

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    A destroyed home in Yarnell

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    Brendan McDonough

    For the full story, read 19: The True Story of the Yarnell Hill Fire

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