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Saddleridge fire is only 19% contained as thousands near Los Angeles still can't return home

USATODAY.com Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
The Saddleridge fire near Los Angeles has consumed 7,500 acres though winds are easing up. Tens of thousands of people still can't return home.
 
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News video: Massive CA wildfire 'zero percent contained'

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The ferocious Saddleridge fire is ripping through the Los Angeles area, with dry conditions and high winds making the massive flames difficult to contain. Lisa Bernhard reports.

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