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August Complex fire in California becomes largest in state history as deadly wildfires scorch West

FOXNews.com Thursday, 10 September 2020
A cluster of wildfires that's been burning for nearly a month in Northern California became the largest fire in modern state history on Thursday, as the West Coast deals with a rising death toll from a spate of recent blazes.
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News video: Deadly fires grow across three states

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An update on those deadly wildfires across three states including California. One of those fires burning here, the August Complex fire, is now the largest in the state's history at over 700,000 acres. More than a dozen people have died and officials say containment is nowhere in sight. ABC's Zohreen...

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