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California wildfire almost doubles in size as blazes torch U. S. West

A fast-growing California wildfire has forced about 5,000 residents from their homes and nearly doubled in size as about four dozen major blazes scorch the U.S. West, authorities said on Wednesday. More than 2,000 firefighters have contained just 7 percent of the Detwiler fire, which is threatening tiny communities in

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