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Two California wildfires destroy homes near Los Angeles, leaving at least one dead

Reuters Friday, 11 October 2019
A pair of wildfires has destroyed dozens of homes near Los Angeles, killed a man and forced some 100,000 residents to evacuate, fire officials said on Friday, days after power cuts were ordered across the state to prevent fires.
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