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Winds Die Down, But Deadly Wildfires Continue to Burn in California Wine Country

After battling massive wildfires that have killed at least 10 people in California’s wine country and torched 107,000 acres across the northern part of the state, firefighters are hoping for some reprieve Tuesday morning as strong winds that fanned flames the night before continue to weaken.

 

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