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California Governor Declares Statewide Emergency Over Fires

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California Governor Declares Statewide Emergency Over Fires

California Governor Declares Statewide Emergency Over Fires

California Governor Gavin Newsom officially declared a statewide emergency on Sunday.

The move comes as a spate of wildfires grows across the state.

According to HuffPost, the fires are causing massive power outages and mass evacuations.

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Newsom said it was critical that people in evacuation zones heed warnings from officials and first responders.

The Kincaide Fire in Sonoma County is only 10% contained.

The fire has spread and at times worsened due to extreme weather conditions.


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