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US wildfires force mass evacuations

October 2, 2018
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Governor Schwarzenegger declares state of emergency in Californiaas wildfires rage. (The Age — 22 October, 2007)
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Multimillion-dollar homes destroyed as Schwarzenegger declaresstate of emergency. (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October, 2007)
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US bushfires have threatened the homes of Aussie stars includingOlivia Newton-John and Mel Gibson. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 22 October, 2007)
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California declares state of emergency with mass evacuations headedby Hollywood stars forced to flee their million-dollar homes and atleast one person killed. (The Age — 23 October, 2007)
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Blazes rage unchecked across California, besieging homes from LosAngeles to the Mexican border. (The Age — 23 October, 2007)
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Fierce wildfires raged across Southern California on Tuesday,threatening more than 60,000 homes as night fell and forcing half amillion people to flee in the state’s largest evacuation. (Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October, 2007)
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More than a dozen wildfires continued to rage in southern California, driven by shifting, gusting winds that make them all but impossible to stop. (New York Times — 24 October, 2007)
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Homes of Mel Gibson and Olivia Newton John under threat as firedestroys Malibu mansions. (The Age — 22 October, 2007)
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As fires burned for a third day across Southern California, officials worried they could spread toward more populated areas. (New York Times — 24 October, 2007)
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Filming of TV shows including 24 are reportedly hit by the fires which have swept across southern California. (BBC News — 24 October, 2007)
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LOS ANGELES, Oct. 23 — Fires raged across Southern California on an epic scale for a third day Tuesday, with flames as high as 100 feet stoked by extremes of wind, heat, dryness and — on the suburban frontier where some of the worst blazes roared — the human impulse to live just a little farther… (Washington Post — 24 October, 2007)
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