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Cailifornia fire forces thousands to evacuate

By Reuters
19 July 2017   |   3:52 pm
Thousands of residents have been forced to flee their homes in Mariposa, California as the Detwiler fire continues to burn through the county and firefighters say the blaze is only five percent contained. Colette Luke reports.

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