16 Largest Arson Wildfires in the United States | RedZone Blog

Rodeo-Chediski Fire, Arizona (2002): 467,000 acres, 426 structuresOld Fire, San Bernardino County, California (2003): 91,281 acres, 933 structures, 6 fatalitiesHayman Fire, Pike National Forest, Colorado (2002): 137,760 acres, 600 structures, 6 fatalitiesFountain Fire, California (1992): 63,960 acres, 636 structuresSunnyside Turnoff Fire, Warm Springs, Oregon (2013): 50,000 acresPanorama Fire, California (1980): 23,600 acres, 325 structures, 3 fatalitiesHumboldt Fire, California (2008): 23,344 acres, 351 structuresTompanga Fire, California (1993): 18,000 acres, 323 structuresGreat Smoky Mountains Wildfires, Tennessee (2016): 17,904 acres, 2400 structures, 14 fatalitiesEsperanza Fire, California (2006): 16,090 acres, 34 homes, five fatalitiesLaguna Fire, California (1993): 14,437 acres, 441 structuresPaint Fire, California (1990): 4,900 acres, 641 structures, one fatalityRattlesnake Fire, California (1953): 1,300 acres, 15 fatalitiesGoshen Pass Brush Fire, Virginia (2017): 1,000 acresMark Twain National Forest, Missouri (2012): 622 acresRosa Fire, Riverside County, California (2007): 411 acres

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