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At least 11 deaths suspected in California wildfires, as winds set to pick back up

euronews Saturday, 10 November 2018
At least 11 deaths suspected in California wildfires, as winds set to pick back up"You could see the fire coming," said one woman who fled the Camp Fire in Butte County, which has killed at least nine people.
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News video: California governor calls wildfires a 'new abnormal'

California governor calls wildfires a 'new abnormal' 01:18

California governor Jerry Brown calls recent wildfires in the state a 'new abnormal', as the state struggles to help residents recover from devastating loss of homes and lives. No reporter narration.

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