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Tenaja fire rages through southern California: "They don't know which way it's going to go"

CBS News Friday, 6 September 2019 ()
Flames from the Tenaja fire are burning dangerously close to homes in California. After tearing through 2,000 acres, the fire is only about 10% contained. Hundreds of homes were threatened when heavy winds kicked up the blaze on Thursday afternoon. Some 800 firefighters, facing 90 degree temperatures, attacked the fire with bulldozers on the ground, and water-dropping helicopters from the air. Carter Evans reports.
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A fast-moving wildfire is threatening homes in southern California, where almost a thousand acres have burned since Wednesday. Nathan Frandino has more.

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