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The Woolsey fire had jumped the 101 Freeway in Agoura Hills early Friday and forced evacuations. A new fire erupted in Griffith Park on Friday.... [Read More]
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David McNew/Getty Images California is dealing with several dangerous wildfires. The Woolsey and Hill fires are burning on the outskirts of LA, and... [Read More]
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California is dealing with several dangerous wildfires. The Woolsey and Hill fires are burning on the outskirts of LA, and the Camp Fire in northern... [Read More]
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The Griffith Park fire killed 29 in 1933, while 25 died in Oakland in 1991. Now, for the fourth time in just over a... [Read More]
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The death toll from the Camp fire reached 42 on Monday, making the Northern California blaze the deadliest fire in state history.The number of fatalities... [Read More]
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At 42 dead and counting, the Camp fire in Butte County has surpassed the previous deadliest fire in state history: a 47-acre scorcher that killed... [Read More]
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Looking back at the blaze that changed firefighting. [Read More]
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A yanzu dai gobarar ta fi wacce ta taba faruwa a Griffith Park a 1933 muni, inda mutum 31 suka mutu. [Read More]
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The Camp Fire in the north of the US state has now surpassed the 1933 Griffith Park disaster. [Read More]
The Camp Fire in the north of the US state has now surpassed the 1933 Griffith Park disaster. [Read More]
A 1933 blaze in Griffith Park in Los Angeles previously held that record, claiming 29 lives. [Read More]
The 29 deaths in Northern California matches the state's deadliest single fire on record, a 1933 blaze in Griffith Park in Los Angeles. [Read More]
The 29 deaths in Northern California matches the state's deadliest single fire on record, a 1933 blaze in Griffith Park in Los Angeles. [Read More]
"Things like this will be part of our future ... things like this, and worse,'' Gov. Jerry Brown said. The day before the Camp... [Read More]
A look back at the Griffith Park Fire, tied with the ongoing Camp Fire for California's deadliest wildfire in state history. It was fought in... [Read More]
With the death toll in Northern California's Camp Fire sitting at 29 people — matching a historic high set in 1933 — firefighters on Monday... [Read More]
Wildfires raging in California are among the deadliest recorded in the United States, with at least 31 people killed in the state as 250,000 flee... [Read More]
The death toll from wildfires in California has risen to 31, after six more people were found dead in what is expected to be the... [Read More]
UPDATE, 9:42 AM:Just days after being elected Governor in his own right, Gavin Newsom has just declared a state of emergency for Los Angeles county... [Read More]
in the northern foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains - is the largest and most destructive of several infernosThat fire has the grisly distinction of... [Read More]
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