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44 dead in California fires, Camp Fire becomes the deadliest in state history

Latest developments by the numbers Northern California • Camp Fire: More than 52,000 have been evacuated and 1,385 are in shelters due to the Camp Fire. Structures threatened 15,500 with 5139 personnel on hand. It has burned more than 117,000

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Cranston Fire Update, Arson, 100% containment expected by August 9th, 170 Personel still on hand, current containment 96%

Cranston Fire Update, Arson, 96% contained, 13,139 acres burned, 170 Personel on hand. 100% Containment is expected by August 9, 2018. All evacuations have been lifted, and residents are allowed to return to home. Incident Overview   Image options: [ Full Size ]

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We are experiencing one of the largest wildfires in history in our local Idyllwild community

Food Bank Pantry Empty, help is needed, Coachella Valley Reports! – by Karen Cantrell “I spoke with Chief Reitz of the Idylwilld Fire Department just now and found out the the Food Bank Pantry there is completely empty. We must

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Cranston Fire Update, Arson, 89% contained, 13,139 acres burned, 889 Personel

Cranston Fire #CranstonFire #Update 12:00p August 1st. 89% contained, 13,139 acres burned, 889 Personel #CranstonFire #Update 12:00p July 30th About 560 people in Mountain Center and the surrounding area were still evacuated. A total of 12 buildings were destroyed and

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Precautionary evacuation at the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Mountain Station due to the Cranston Fire

Precautionary evacuation in place at the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Mountain Station due to the Cranston Fire.

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Man arrested on reports that he started fires, including Cranston fire near Idyllwild

Man arrested on reports that he started fires, including Cranston fire near Idyllwild  By Craige Campbell, CoachellaValley.com  #UPDATE: The name of the suspected arsonist in the #CranstonFire is Brandon N. Mc Glover, 32, of Temecula, according to the US Forest

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