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Apple Fire Burns At Least 1,900 Acres, 1 Home Destroyed

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Apple Fire Burns At Least 1,900 Acres, 1 Home Destroyed

Apple Fire Burns At Least 1,900 Acres, 1 Home Destroyed

A large brush fire blackened approximately 1,900 acres and threatened homes Saturday in Cherry Valley, prompting the evacuation of residents from a number of neighborhoods.

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allen r mason RT @KTLA: Update: #AppleFire in the Cherry Valley area has burned 12,000 acres, which is more than 18 square miles. At least 7,800 people… 1 day ago

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joyceamande RT @KTLA: The #AppleFire near Cherry Valley triggered mandatory evacuation orders after burning through at least 900 acres as of Friday nig… 1 day ago

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