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Rick Vogt

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Public Information Officer for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection[CalFire]

 

Rick Vogt on KCRW

In the past 10 days, California has been struck by  1459 fires  mostly up
north.    At the peak, 1200 were
burning all at once.

Over 1,400 Fires Burning

In the past 10 days, California has been struck by 1459 fires mostly up north.   At the peak, 1200 were burning all at once.

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