A new advisory has been issued in the wake of the deadly wildfires that have swept across the Southwest.
The advisory warns that the risk of being struck by lightning, falling out of a vehicle, being crushed or falling down a mountain, has risen significantly since the fires started.
This is despite an overall reduction in the number of reported incidents in recent days, the advisory says.
The National Weather Service says the fire season is still underway, and there are still risks to everyone, including the most vulnerable.
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