The lethal wildfire in Arizona continued to rage uncontrolled Tuesday, with officials reporting the blaze 0 percent contained.
Meanwhile, the 19 elite firefighters who died battling the blaze were remembered in a heartbreaking memorial Monday.
The men, members of the Prescott Fire Department's Granite Mountain Hotshots, died Sunday afternoon when a wind-whipped wall of 20-foot flames suddenly trapped them in a tinderbox. Their emergency shelters were no match for the inferno.
Most of the men were still in their 20s and dedicated to their families and jobs.
"We celebrated their Dad and the hero that he is and will always be and he's an angel for us now," Juliann Ashcraft, widow of firefighter Andrew Ashcraft, said.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer offered her condolences to the grieving families.
"My heart was breaking," she said. "I can't even imagine how the friends and families feel."
Meanwhile, investigators from around the country have arrived in Arizona to try to figure out what caused this terrible tragedy.