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California communities under siege from wind-driven fires
by Krysta Fauria and Brian Melley
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5 December 2017
On 5 December 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Wind-driven fires tore through California communities Tuesday (5 December) for the second time in two months, leaving hundreds of homes feared lost and uprooting tens of thousands of people. The most damaging fire was in Ventura County northwest of Los Angeles ... The fires in Ventura County lit up hillsides and spread rapidly Monday evening ... As the sun rose Tuesday, the first of at least three additional Southern California fires broke out, fueled by stiff winds that prevented firefighting aircraft most of the day from dumping water to protect homes or attack the march of flames. The fires came just eight weeks after the deadliest and most destructive series of wildfires in state history burned through Northern California ... and destroyed 8,900 homes and other buildings. Fires are not typical in Southern California this time of year but can break out when dry vegetation and too little rain combine with the Santa Ana winds. Hardly any measurable rain has fallen in the region over the past six months.
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