27 October 2016

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Raging wildfire in California

A raging wildfire east of Los Angeles has grown to 18,000 acres, forcing more than 82,000 people to evacuate.

Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency Tuesday in the wake of the inferno breaking out.

Nearly 35,000 homes were evacuated and two firefighters treated for smoke inhalation.

Officials said least a dozen buildings have been burned, including homes and an historic diner called the Summit Inn.

The report by ABC News.

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