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A wildfire blazing through northern California has been declared the most destructive in the state?s history, growing to 104 square miles in size and destroying several land areas.Ranch managers Don and Martha Grimm barely escaped with only the clothes they were wearing as a destructive, fast-moving fire roared toward their Northern California home.With 61,000 acres already burned, 400 homes destroyed, and 23,000 people displaced, the Valley and Butte wildfires continue to blaze across.

search  crews with cadaver dogs found the remains of two more people in Lake County as attention is focused on the hunt for the missing -- and the cause of fires that have killed at least five people. A Cal Fire spokesman said Thursday that...

"While we don't have all the facts yet, a live tree may have contacted a PG&E line in the vicinity of the ignition point,"


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