Sequoia National Park fire: First photos show park’s most famous trees have so far survived

TOPSHOT – Operations Section Chief, Jon Wallace looks over General Sherman where the historic tree was protected by structure wrap from fires along with the Four Guardsmen at Sequoia National Park, California, September 22, 2021. – Hundreds of firefighters were battling to protect several groves of giant sequoias in the United States on September 20, warning the enormous ancient trees were at risk from out-of-control blazes. (Photo by Gary Kazanjian / POOL / AFP) (Photo by GARY KAZANJIAN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Fires have been burning for two weeks in Sequoia National Park and Sequoia National Forest, two of California’s iconic landmarks. Late Wednesday,

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