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Sacramento Fire worked a grass fire Wednesday that quickly spread to a home and threatened up to a half dozen other houses in north Sacramento. In addition, firefighters battled the blaze in 105-plus temperatures. One firefighter was taken to a local area hospital for evaluation following the fire with exhaustion. The cause of the fire is unknown.
Sacramento Fire worked a grass fire Wednesday that quickly spread to a home and threatened up to a half dozen other houses in north Sacramento. In addition, firefighters battled the blaze in 105-plus temperatures. One firefighter was taken to a local area hospital for evaluation following the fire with exhaustion. The cause of the fire is unknown.

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