Trial by Fire 

Displaced residents start the long road out of "hell" in the wake of the largest wildfire in Washington state history

Two brick chimneys, crooked and lonesome, rise over the charred wreckage of Brad McGaha and Kelley Ralston's former home. Along Old Highway 97, south of Malott in north-central Washington, other solitary chimneys mark other missing houses like fresh graves in an…

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