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California wildfires: 'Terrified for the people behind me'

BBC News Wednesday, 14 November 2018
California wildfires: 'Terrified for the people behind me'Californian wildfires survivor Sorrell Bobrink fled her home in Paradise, California with her son.
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News video: Deadly California wildfires force people to flee

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Wind-whipped wildfires burn both ends of California as officials urge evacuation. The Camp Fire is now the deadliest and most destructive on record in California.

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