NM blaze reaches over 350 square miles
RESERVE, N.M. -- It's being called the worst wild fires in the history of New Mexico.
The blaze has now reached over 350 square miles, covering an area larger than the city of Chicago. There's so much smoke it is visible from space.
Over 1,200 firefighters have attacked the blaze.
While up above, planes try to slow it down by unloading water, but the difficult terrain and weather are making it hard to control.