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Half million Oregonians flee deadly wildfires

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Half million Oregonians flee deadly wildfires

Half million Oregonians flee deadly wildfires

[NFA] Around half a million people in Oregon were ordered to evacuate on Friday and residents of its largest city, Portland, were told to be ready to go as extreme wind-driven wildfires scorched U.S. West Coast states.

This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.


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