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Firefighter killed while battling blaze near Yosemite National Park A helicopter gathers water from the Merced River to fight the Ferguson fire Saturday along Highway 140 in Mariposa County. (Andrew Kuhn / AP) A firefighter was killed Saturday morning while battling a wildfire in the Sierra National Forest, officials said. Braden Varney, a heavy equipment operator with Cal Fire, died at the scene as crews battled the Ferguson fire in the rugged area near Yosemite National Park, said Cal Fire spokesman Scott McLean. Varney, 36, of Mariposa had served in the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection’s Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit for a decade. He left behind a wife and two young children, according to the agency. “He was a community member. That’s where he lived, protecting the area where he grew up,” McLean said. McLean said Varney’s death is still under investigation. Varney’s job involved operating bulldozers, and he was working on the line with teams trying to contain the fire when he was killed, McLean said.
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“Once it’s out in the public record, it is our decision to decide whether it is newsworthy and we should publish. “Ultimately we will get the information out,” he added. The judge sealed the motion, filed by Mr. Balian’s lawyer, that requested the order to the newspaper, so it was not clear on what basis it was sought or justified. Kelli Sager, a lawyer handling the case for The Times, said it was particularly strange that the judge did not involve the newspaper in any hearing before acting. “It is very surprising that this kind of order would be issued without being heard,” Ms. Sager said. “We were never given notice. We don’t know what was said.
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