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Southern California wildfires continue as Santa Ana winds expected to pick up

Christian Science Monitor Thursday, 7 December 2017
Southern California wildfires continue as Santa Ana winds expected to pick upFirst responders continue to several wildfires across southern California. The largest blaze, the Thomas Fire, burned more than 90,000 acres and destroyed more than 150 homes as thousands of people have evacuated in Ventura, about 50 miles from Los Angeles.
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News video: Wind-Driven Fires Spread in Southern California

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Santa Ana winds whipped up several wildfires in southern California early this week, with the largest, the Thomas fire, scorching 50,000 acres in Ventura County and prompting hundreds of evacuations.This footage shows the Rye fire burning near Valencia, California, which hit 5,000 acres by...

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