A June 1 fatal fire that killed an agricultural worker is still being investigated, and officials say it could be two more months before it's finished. Among the problems making it difficult is that the one person who probably saw the fire break out died in the building.
Although the fire has closed Interstate 82 near the junction with I-84, it poses no threat to any chemical weapons, because they're no longer stored at the site. Interstate was still closed as of 1:30pm Monday near Washington border due to smoke.
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