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Fast-moving wildfire kills at least one, destroys homes north of Los Angeles

Reuters Friday, 11 October 2019
A fast-moving wildfire fueled by dry Pacific winds engulfed houses, roads and wooded areas near Los Angeles on Friday morning, killing at least one person and forcing some 100,000 residents to flee their homes, officials said.
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Overnight Fire in California Forces Evacuations for More Than 100,000 People. The Saddleridge fire broke out in the San Fernando Valley late Thursday night, and as of Friday morning, has already burned more than 4,700 acres. . Mandatory evacuations have been issued to roughly 13,000 homes, affecting...

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