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Kathy and Kenny Brinkley hold the high school graduation picture of their son Levi, who died in the Storm King tragedy, at their home in Burns. ““There’s a hole in your heart,” Kenny Brinkley says.
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On July 9, 1994, Jerry McDonald, left, a safety officer for the U.S. Forest Service from the Stanislaus National Forest, looks over the burned scrub on Storm King Mountain west of Glenwood Springs, Colorado. McDonald was giving a tour to then-U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Mike Espy, right, of the mountain where 14 firefighters died on July 6 while battling a blaze.
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Parks worker Cindy Svatos trims flowers and bushes in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, on June 23, 2004, at a memorial dedicated to the firefighters who were killed on Storm King Mountain in 1994.