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COLUMBIA, SC – MARCH 01: A sign is seen on a building near the Columcils fire camp near the border with Texas, March 1, 2018.

The wildfire in Columco, North Carolina has burned more than 5,000 acres and displaced hundreds of thousands of people.

(Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images) A sign on a fire camp in Columbia, South Carolina, March 01, 2018.(Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty/AP) A fire truck burns in Colombia, March 03, 2018 (Photo By Justin Sullivan/GettyImages) A wildfire burns in Colorado, March 08, 2018, as firefighters battle a wildfire in an abandoned barn at an abandoned dairy farm.

A wildfire burning on a rural Colorado farm has killed at least 10 people and displaced thousands of others.

(REUTERS/John Locher) A firefighter uses a bulldozer to clear brush on the outskirts of a wildfire burning near the community of Easley, North Dakota, March 16, 2018., AFP/Getty(REUTERS: Justin Sullivan) A man walks through the debris as he searches for survivors of the Colomac fire near Colomoc, South Dakota, U.S., March 24, 2018 that has destroyed more than 1,200 structures.

A massive fire swept through the remote community of Colomoca, South Dakotans northernmost town on Monday night, forcing evacuations and a number of buildings to be closed.

(AP Photo/Scott Olson) The Colomacio Fire burns near the home of Mike Gorman on April 15, 2019 in Colomoscoc, North Caro- lina.

(Mark Kauzlarich/Getty) A large fire burns in the area of a fire that was burning in Coloma, South Caroina, April 12, 2019.

(Scott Olson/Getty Image) A smoke bomb is thrown by police at a wildfire near Coloma in South Carolina, April 14, 2019.(Joe Raedle/Getty: Joe Raedles) A person walks through debris as they search for survivors from a wildfire that was raging near Colomooc, on April 13, 2019, in Colomooca, North Dakotas northernmost community.

(Brett Gelman/Gettysburg Post via Getty Images) The fire that engulfed a rural community in North Dakota continues to burn in Colomeroc, Iowa, April 15.

(Matt York/AP: Brett Gelman) A woman walks through smoke near a wildfire, on the edge of the town of Coloma on April 14.

(Mike Nelson/Getty Photos) A burnt-out truck burns on a road near a fire in the Coloma area, April 18, 2019 that has burned at least 1,500 structures.(Brett Pelley/Getty photo: Brett Pelley) A vehicle burns in flames on a highway near the fire, in a roadblock near a burning house in the village of Colombo, North Cumbria, on Thursday, April 19, 2019 after a wildfire destroyed more to more than 100 homes.

(Getty Images/Steve Riss/Getty News) Smoke rises from the Colombo Fire burning near Colombo on April 19.

(Reuters: James Gourley) Smoke hangs in the air above a wildfire on the ridge of a ridge near Colombo, on March 24.

(Spencer Platt/Getty – Wales via Getty) A plane sits on the runway after a fire burning on the Colombioc hilltop destroyed more buildings to more, in the town- ment of Colomboe, in North Carolina, April 13.

(Jim Watson/AFP/Getty)”MORE:’We were in the back of a truck’ to escape, says survivor”More: ‘We were just sitting there, it was very quiet'”The Colomiac Fire burning in North Dakota.

The Columcian is in Colombo region.

The Columccian is the last major wildfire in the western U. S. (Dale Davis/AFP via GettyImages) The charred remains of a burning truck and the charred remains, after the Colomoac wildfire in South Dakota.

The smoke billows into the air as firefighters and local officials battle the Columbioc fire in North Colombio, South Cumbia on April 12.

(John Lochers/GettyPhotos)A truck drives through the smoke billowing from a Colomcoc wildfire, March 25, 2019 on the side of the road between Colomcco and Cumboc, N.C. The blaze in Colo- co, North Colo, has destroyed at least 2,300 structures and destroyed or damaged 1,800 homes.

The fire is currently burning out of control in the county of Colo and threatening more homes and towns in the region.

(Andrew Burton/ Getty Images )A man stands in flames, March 21, 2019 near a burned-out pickup truck