A truck burns in the town of Lower Lake, Calif. on Sunday, Aug. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Josh Edelson)
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Northern California wildfire forces 4,000 to evacuateA wildfire destroyed at least 10 homes and forced some 4,000 of people to flee their homes as flames jumped a road and moved into a Northern California town located miles away from a devastating wildfire nearly a year ago.The blaze was one of 11 large wildfires burning in California, where high temperatures combined with parched conditions brought on by a five-year drought raised the fire danger. In central California, a day-old wildfire burned 20 structures and threatened 150 homes.
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