IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: KHQ special, 'Beyond the Fire Lines' airs - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: KHQ special, 'Beyond the Fire Lines' airs again on SWX

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KHQ.COM - Since the devastation of the Carlton Complex fire, we've heard hundreds of heartbreaking stories from people who have lost everything, to those who refuse to let the firestorm break their spirits. From communities rallying together, to the heroes on the front lines, all that and more inside "Beyond the Fire Lines." If you missed it you can check out the videos inside this article.

The Q6 news team gives you an in-depth look at the mass destruction caused by the Carlton Complex fire, the largest wildfire in Washington state history. The Okanogan County Sheriff estimates the fire has destroyed 300 homes.

If  you would like to watch "Beyond the Fire Lines" on TV, the KHQ special will air again on Saturday, August 2nd at 5pm on SWX and again on Sunday, August 3rd at 10pm on SWX.


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