Smoke can be seen over Sacramento as the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District and Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency burn 55 acres of brush Friday in Rio Linda.
Smoke can be seen over Sacramento as the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District and Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency burn 55 acres of brush Friday in Rio Linda. Anthony Sorci asorci@sacbee.com
Smoke can be seen over Sacramento as the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District and Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency burn 55 acres of brush Friday in Rio Linda. Anthony Sorci asorci@sacbee.com

Controlled burn blazing in Rio Linda

October 06, 2017 12:35 PM

UPDATED October 06, 2017 12:52 PM

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