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Structures destroyed, medical emergencies as California wildfire hits mobile home park

Reuters Friday, 11 October 2019
A wildfire that erupted in Southern California on Thursday destroyed structures at a Riverside County mobile home park, where "numerous medical emergencies" were reported, fire officials said.
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