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Gallery: 2020 fires

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Mail Tribune photographers were on the scene of the devastating September fires that will remain a storyline for years to come. Here is some of their best work.

Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Amy Segovia rescues pottery that she made inside her home in Phoenix on Monday.
Stairwells are all that remain from an apartment complex burned in the Almeda Fire on Talnet Avenue in Talent, Sept. 8, 2020. Photo by Denise Baratta
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune The Jackson County Expo has cots available to those displaced by recent wildfire.
Bowls of food and water are left for a missing pet at a home on Talent Avenue destroyed by the Almeda Fire Sept. 8, 2020 in Talent. Photo by Denise Baratta
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Cindy Stewart looks for items to salvage at her what was once her home in Talent on Monday.
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Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune A diamond necklace rescued from a destroyed home in Talent.
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Andy Atkinson / Mail Tribune Dan and Shelli Schavez living off Worthington Road in Eagle Point hang signs thankng the fire-fighters Saturday afternoon.
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Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Lena Freeman, left, of Eugene, unloads quilts and supplies from her truck at home depot to help those effected by recent wildfires.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Bryan Vancantfort visits his destroyed home at Royal Oaks Mobile Park in Phoenix on Friday.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Bethel Global Response, a disaster response ministry out of Bethel Church in Redding, CA, work to recover items from a home in Phoenix on Friday.
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Mail Tribune / Jamie Lusch Harley Davidson was among many homes and businesses leveled along Hwy 99 in Phoenix on Tuesday.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Maria Rico, left, Sofia Rico and Delia Rico say goodbye to their home in Talent on Tuesday. Their home was destroyed during the Almeda Fire.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune FEMA will pay for hazardous debris cleanup in the Almeda fire zone.
The Talent Cafe, Subway, Crown Market and Julek's Restaurant, all on Highway 99 in Talent, falls victim to the Almeda Fire Sept. 8, 2020. Photo by Denise Baratta
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Yajaira Pérez, 8 and Giovanni Pérez, 4, explore their destroyed trampoline at what was once their home in Phoenix on Monday.
Environmental Protection Agency workers remove hazardous materials Oct. 22, 2020, from a Talent, Ore., neighborhood that was destroyed in the Almeda Fire. (AP Photo / Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune)
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Displaced people rummage through donations at the South Walmart parking lot on Thursday.
Mail Tribune / Jamie Lusch Pacific plaza was among many homes and businesses leveled along Hwy 99 in Phoenix on Tuesday.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune A threatens a structure near Suncrest Dr on Tuesday.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune A fence burns at Pal Harbor Village in Phoenix.
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Mail Tribune / Jamie Lusch Much of Talent is left decimated by the Almeda Fire that tore through town Sept. 8, 2020.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Giovanni Pérez, 4, Emelia Pérez, and Yajaira Pérez, 8 look for items at their what was once their home in Phoenix on Monday.
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Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Rob Pinkham shares a moment with his Harley that he lost along with his home in the Almeda Fire in Phoenix.
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Mail Tribune / Jamie Lusch Much of Talent is left decimated by the Almeda Fire that tore through town Sept. 8, 2020.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Bow DeBey rides his bike through destroyed buildings near his home in Talent on Wednesday.
Mail Tribune / Jamie Lusch Many homes and businesses were destroyed along Hwy 99 in Phoenix on Tuesday.
A view of Talent from a vehicle on Highway 99 and Rapp Road during the Almeda Fire, Sept. 8, 2020. Photo by Denise Baratta
Crystal Plotner, Operations Manager/Owner and David Bryant, Owner/Marketing, of Pharm 2 Table in Phoenix, visit what remains if their business after it was destroyed in the Almeda Fire. Photo by Jamie Lusch
David Nappi, of Medford, and his dog Lucky, hang out on a cot at the Jackson County Expo on Friday. His is unsafe to live in from smoke damage caused by the Almeda Fire.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune A structure burns near Suncrest Rd in Talent.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune The Jackson County Expo is serving as an Emergency Shelter for those displaced by recent wildfire.
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Teresa Soderstorm looks for items to salvage from her home destroyed by the Almeda Fire. Soderstorm had lived their for 16 years.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune The Cheryl Lane Apartments were among many homes and businesses leveled along Hwy 99 in Phoenix on Tuesday.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune A retardant plain assists at a large fire in Medford on Wednesday.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune FEMA will pay for hazardous debris cleanup in the Almeda fire zone.
A person stands on the balcony of the Ashland Valley Inn - one of only a few buildings spared on Lowe Road and East Ashland Lane during the Almeda Fire - as smoke rises from the nearby Bear Creek Mobile Home Park and other buildings Set. 8, 2020 in Ashland. Photo by Denise Baratta
Jamie Lusch The Jackson County Animal Shelter recently moved back in their building after the Almeda Fire in Phoenix.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune Large wildfires are visible from the Medford area.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune The Jackson County Expo is serving as an Emergency Shelter for those displaced by recent wildfire.
Jamie Lusch / Mail Tribune A fire burns out of control off of Valley View Rd on Tuesday.
Mail Tribune / Jamie Lusch Firefighters work to put out hot spots along Hwy 99 in Phoenix on Tuesday.
Andy Atkinson / Mail Tribune An air tanker makes a drop Thursday evening fighting a wildfire outside of Eagle Point.
Homes are destroyed in the Mountain View Estates after the Almeda Fire tore through Talent Sept. 8, 2020. Photo by Denise Baratta