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California wildfires continue to rage

By AFP
10 September 2020   |   9:00 am
The Creek Fire in northern California continues to burn, having spread to 135,525 acres. The state has now seen more than 2.2 million acres burn in wildfires this year -- an annual record, with nearly four months of fire season still to come. of the fire overnight, and damage the following morning.

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