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California Wildfires: Fatalities Confirmed As Monster Flames Ravage State

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California Wildfires: Fatalities Confirmed As Monster Flames Ravage State

California Wildfires: Fatalities Confirmed As Monster Flames Ravage State

Two fires raging in northern and southern California have killed at least nine people and forced the evacuation of thousands of homes.

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