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One of Meghan Markle's childhood homes is at risk of being burned down by California wildfires

MailOnline Tuesday, 13 November 2018
One of Meghan Markle's childhood homes is at risk of being burned down by California wildfiresThe house is in the neighborhood of Woodland Hills, a stone's throw from the Woolsey Fire which has eviscerated parts of Malibu and further along the coast.
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News video: Wildfires Destroy Most Of Paradise, California

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Two wildfires in California became out of control, one considered the most destructive in state history. At least nine people were killed around the Northern California community of Paradise. The fire burned down more than 6,700 homes and business, more structures than ever before. According to...

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