Patric Hedlund

Managing Editor of The Mountain Enterprise

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More than 4000 firefighters are eating and sleeping in tent cities as they try to control one of the biggest and longest-burning brush fires in California history.

Day Fire Defies Firefighters

More than 4000 firefighters are eating and sleeping in tent cities as they try to control one of the biggest and longest-burning brush fires in California history.

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