A plane drops retardant on a wildfire as it attacks the flames on a hillside in the San Gabriel mountains near Monrovia, California, U.S. June 21, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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For days, wildfires have raged amid spiking heat across Southern California and much of the West, driving hundreds of people from their homes.Still, no one was being allowed back yet to the 770 homes in Duarte that were under evacuation orders.Near the U.S.-Mexico border southeast of San Diego, a two-day-old, 9-square-mile wildfire has forced the evacuation of about 600 homes and more than 1,500 people in Lake Morena Village.In Utah, officials have evacuated about 100 homes from a mountain near a town in the southwest section of the state as a wildfire less than a mile away moved down a rocky slope toward the community of Pine Valley.
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