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Experts: Ariz. firefighter probe shows GPS need


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What is certain, the experts say, is that firefighters and commanders will be picking apart the investigation and reading between the lines of the report as they search for lessons from the Granite Mountain Hotshots.

"This is going to be looked at very hard for many years to come," Mangan said.

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Felicia Fonseca in Prescott, Ariz., Michael Blood in Los Angeles, Hannah Dreier in Las Vegas and Michelle Price in Salt Lake City contributed to this report.




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