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Deadly Los Angeles wildfire burns with subdued fury after change in weather

Reuters Sunday, 13 October 2019
Firefighters have tightened their grip on a deadly Los Angeles wildfire burning with subdued fury on Sunday after extremely dry desert winds that had stoked the flames gave way to moister, gentler breezes blowing in from the Pacific.
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News video: Firefighters Make Slow, Steady Progress In Defeating LA Fires

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More than 1,000 firefighters battled a deadly wildfire on the northern edge of Los Angeles on Saturday. They're reinforcing containment lines, allowing some of the thousands of residents under evacuation orders to return home. According to Reuters, the Los Angeles Fire Department said the fire was 19...

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