For three days, emergency workers have been fighting a fires that threatens Bolivia's Tunari National Park in the foothills of the Andes mountains, surrounding the picturesque central Bolivian city of Cochabamba.
The government has sent in the military to work alongside local fire fighters, police and volunteers, as they rush to contain the fire before it affects city residents.
According to local media, the state of Cochabamba has lost almost 2,200 hectares (8.5 square miles) in 17 fires since the beginning of the year.
At least two helicopters were brought in to fight the fire and local residents are collecting donations of water, sports drinks and face masks for those fighting the blaze.
The 3090 sq km (1193 sq miles) manmade reserve is home to diverse species and was created to protected the forested hills above Cochabamba.
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