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'It just exploded': Colorado's Cameron Peak, CalWood fires drive thousands from their homes

USATODAY.com Sunday, 18 October 2020
The CalWood fire began burning Saturday about 50 miles southeast of the Cameron Peak Fire that has burned more than 300 square miles since mid-August.
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