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he Yukon Flats is largely sedimentary, and its geology has drawn interest from oil and gas companies for decades.
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All four families living in the building were evacuated safely with no injuries. Three of the four families were those of deployed soldiers. Information on the cause of the fire has not yet become publicly available.
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“Throughout my service as an officer in the Marine Corps Reserve, I witnessed the struggles our servicemen and women experience in their search for proper care,” Sullivan said in a statement. “It is our collective obligation — as members of Congress and as American citizens — to better understand the factors that contribute to veteran suicide, bolster preventative measures, and prevent these tragedies from occurring.”