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California Officials Reveal The Cause of Wildfire That Killed 85 People and Nearly Destroyed an Entire City

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California Officials Reveal The Cause of Wildfire That Killed 85 People and Nearly Destroyed an Entire City

California Officials Reveal The Cause of Wildfire That Killed 85 People and Nearly Destroyed an Entire City

California’s most destructive wildfire killed 85 people and basically destroyed an entire city in 2018.

The fire burned more than 150,000 acres and destroyed more than 18,000 structures.

And now, officials in the state said power lines were the cause.

Veuer’s Nick Cardona has that story.

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