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California wildfires leave at least 11 dead, destroy thousands of buildings, prompt evacuations of more than 250,000 people

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California wildfires leave at least 11 dead, destroy thousands of buildings, prompt evacuations of more than 250,000 peopleA roundup of the wildfires burning in Northern and Southern California that has left at least 11 people dead.
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Camp Fire in northern part of the state has killed more than two dozen people.

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