Phil Brigandi

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Phil Brigandi on KCRW

The Holy Fire in the Cleveland National Forest has burned more than 4,000 acres since Monday afternoon. It’s called the Holy Fire because it started near Holy Jim Canyon.

Fire rips through historic area in O.C. forest

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