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Tennessee Wildfires Back Home Breaking Dolly Parton's Heart

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Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()

Tennessee wildfires have left country music legend Dolly Parton heartbroken after killing three people and forcing as many as 14,000 to flee the Great Smoky Mountains area where she grew up.
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Country music star Dolly Parton said she is heartbroken over wildfires that blazed through the Tennessee county where she grew up. At least 14,000 people have been forced to evacuate the area of Gatlinburg, and at least twelve people have been injured in the wildfires. In a statement released...

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