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California wildfires set new record with 2 million acres burned; Creek Fire dubbed 'unprecedented disaster'

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 8 September 2020
A heat wave over Labor Day weekend that fueled new wildfires across California has pushed the state to set a new record for the number of acres burned, as dramatic evacuations continue for one blaze called an "unprecedented disaster."
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News video: Smoke and ash from Creek Fire fill the sky above California

Smoke and ash from Creek Fire fill the sky above California 01:05

The Creek Fire in the Sierra National Forest in Central California has grown over 73,000 acres.

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