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Southern California blazes show signs of slowing

Terra Daily Monday, 14 October 2019
Southern California blazes show signs of slowingWashington (AFP) Oct 13, 2019

Wildfires raging across southern California showed signs of slowing Sunday, as firefighters contained nearly half of the biggest blaze. A fire that had burned rapidly through the San Fernando Valley in greater Los Angeles was the strongest of several across southern California. By early Sunday morning, the Saddleridge fire was about 41 percent contained, fire officials said, adding it ha
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The devastating Saddleridge fire engulfs Southern California, causing mass evacuations and one death in Sylmar, California.

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