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  • California firefighters battle to contain Thomas Fire

    California’s Thomas Fire continued to grow, torching 234,200 acres between Ventura and Santa Barbara by Tuesday, December 12. The fire stood at 20 percent contained, and thousands have been evacuated since the fire started burning a week ago.

California’s Thomas Fire continued to grow, torching 234,200 acres between Ventura and Santa Barbara by Tuesday, December 12. The fire stood at 20 percent contained, and thousands have been evacuated since the fire started burning a week ago. Santa Barbara County Fire Department, Cal Fire and Instagram/zup_pup via Storyful
California’s Thomas Fire continued to grow, torching 234,200 acres between Ventura and Santa Barbara by Tuesday, December 12. The fire stood at 20 percent contained, and thousands have been evacuated since the fire started burning a week ago. Santa Barbara County Fire Department, Cal Fire and Instagram/zup_pup via Storyful

No growth on Thomas Fire overnight; crews optimistic as they brace for ‘huge’ winds

December 20, 2017 07:56 AM