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Hillside brush fire in Los Angeles threatens affluent Pacific Palisades homes, forces evacuations

USATODAY.com Monday, 21 October 2019
California firefighters are wrestling with the Palisades Fire burning in a Los Angeles hillside and threatening multimillion-dollar homes.
 
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News video: Driver Suspected of DUI in Crash That Ignited Brush Fire in Southern California

Driver Suspected of DUI in Crash That Ignited Brush Fire in Southern California 03:03

A driver that crashed into a power pole in the Santiago Canyon area, sparking a brush fire Thursday morning, is suspected of driving under the influence, authorities said.

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