Deadliest week for fires in California state history: 31+ dead.

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  1. deltapapha

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  2. Pwent

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    I love right outside the evacuation area for the Anaheim fire, lots of my friends and neighbors had to stay in hotels and friends but luckily I don't know anyone who lost their homes, but it didn't happen too far away

    Great job by the firefighters to get it under control. It was so windy, terrible conditions to try to contain such a larger blaze
     
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  3. wlu.29

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    Scary shit

    RIP

    Hopefully it works out for everyone affected
     
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    Man in sf right now the smoke is so ashy they canceled my law mid term for tommorow! Shit is nuts. Hope everyone is ok
     
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    If they tell you to leave....LEAVE. I have a feeling that a lot of the people that died ignored a lot of warnings. The fire doesn't give a shit if you've lived in your house for 50 years. I know it sounds insensitive but it's better to lose that than your life.
     
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    https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/scientists-see-climate-change-in-californias-wildfires/
    woof, that's a depressing thought.
     

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