A rainbow arches over the Little Valley Fire, Friday, Oct. 14, 2016, in Washoe Lake, Nev. (Andy Barron/The Reno Gazette-Journal via AP)
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Firefighters in Nevada were hoping to stop a wind-driven wildfire, which has already destroyed 22 homes north of Carson City, from jumping any major roads.The fire, which grew overnight to more than 5 square miles, was threatening 500 structures and had destroyed 17 outbuildings.The so-called Little Valley fire was first reported shortly after 1:30 a.m. Friday in the mountains between Lake Tahoe and Washoe Valley about 8 miles north of Carson City.Firefighters also snuffed out another fire that destroyed at least one structure and had temporarily closed the Mount Rose Highway connecting Reno to Lake Tahoe.
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