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Wildfire smoke turns skyline of San Francisco orange

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Wildfire smoke turns skyline of San Francisco orange

Wildfire smoke turns skyline of San Francisco orange

San Francisco in United States is witnessing unusual sky colour, a hazy orange due to wildfire smoke.

Fog blankets the skyline of California's city.

Series of wildfires broke out in bay area in August.

Residents have been advised to stay indoors.


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