Photos: Aftermath of the Slide Fire Near Sedona

The 21,000-acre Slide Fire that burned north of Sedona has created risks of falling rocks and ash and other debris being swept into water sources.

The Burned Area Emergency Response team has been tasked with mitigating various hazards caused by the fire, and one of the team's reports includes several photos showing the aftermath of the fire. For example, that's not a wintertime photo above, it's a thick layer of ash coating a hillside in the Oak Creek Canyon.

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