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2019's Biggest Wildfire Contained And Extenguished

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2019's Biggest Wildfire Contained And Extenguished

2019's Biggest Wildfire Contained And Extenguished

California’s biggest and most ruinous wildfires this year was declared contained and extinguished.

The wildfire scored 120 square miles of Sonoma County wine country and several homes.

According to Reuters, the Kincade fire damaged or destroyed more than 400 structures.

Yet the Camp fire in 2017 and 2018 still ranks as the deadliest and most destructive in history.

The fire virtually destroyed the entire town of Paradise and killed 85 people.

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