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A year ago, the Thomas Fire burned through the Central Coast for 39 days. Thousands were affected by the fire, watching land and homes go up in flames. We take…

By the numbers: Remembering the Thomas Fire

A year ago, the Thomas Fire burned through the Central Coast for 39 days. Thousands were affected by the fire, watching land and homes go up in flames. We take…

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