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A wildfire within the city limits of Austin, Texas can be seen from a hilltop. Firefighters have been battling more than 20 fires this week. Many of them remain out of control. (Grace Hanna/The Insurance Council of Texas)

NU Online News Service, April 18, 3:20 p.m. EDT

There is “no end in sight” to the wildfires in Texas that have charred more than 1.5 million acres, and windy conditions are making matters worse, according to the Insurance Council of Texas (ICT).

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