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Time lapse video of Sedona fire

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Wildfire burning near Sedona, Arizona (Source: KPHO) Wildfire burning near Sedona, Arizona (Source: KPHO)

Here is a time lapse video of the wildfire burning near Sedona, Arizona.

Mobile viewer can watch the video here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUAtOYoWD_c

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