Daniel Lyon Jr., a firefighter badly burned in the Twisp wildfire last summer, is making great progress on his recovery — seen here during physical therapy a year later, July 25, in Missoula, Montana.
Daniel Lyon Jr., a firefighter badly burned in the Twisp wildfire last summer, is making great progress on his recovery — seen here during physical therapy a year later, July 25, in Missoula, Montana. Ken Lambert The Seattle Times
Daniel Lyon Jr., a firefighter badly burned in the Twisp wildfire last summer, is making great progress on his recovery — seen here during physical therapy a year later, July 25, in Missoula, Montana. Ken Lambert The Seattle Times

‘Out of the Flames of Hell’: Firefighter recovering from deadly Twisp fire

August 10, 2016 01:48 PM

UPDATED August 18, 2016 08:41 AM

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