Wildfires Cause Devastation in California

An estimated 250,000 people were forced to flee their homes in California to avoid three major wildfires in the state. One of them, the Camp Fire, is the deadliest and the most destructive in California history. The fires' far-reaching impacts will require long-term recovery.
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