Insurance claims adjusters are making their way across the areas hardest hit by the Arizona Wallow Fire, mainly to meet with evacuees ahead of their return to their homes once an all-clear is issued.

The fire, which has scorched approximately 500,409 acres and has been become the largest fire in Arizona history, has already displaced hundreds of Arizona residents, who are living in make-shift camps, awaiting word on the disposition of their homes as the fire rages on.

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