Ann Simmons

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In Santa Barbara this afternoon, 13,500 people were ordered to evacuate because of the  Jesusita Fire , and 13,000 more were under alert.

Dozens of Homes Destroyed in Santa Barbara Fire

In Santa Barbara this afternoon, 13,500 people were ordered to evacuate because of the Jesusita Fire , and 13,000 more were under alert.

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