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  • Video: Butte fire's flames continue their advance

    The Butte fire burning in Calaveras and Amador counties continued to advance on Sunday, sweeping through grass, brush and trees as firefighters struggled to established containment. Homes and other structures have been destroyed, displacing increasing numbers of residents.

The Butte fire burning in Calaveras and Amador counties continued to advance on Sunday, sweeping through grass, brush and trees as firefighters struggled to established containment. Homes and other structures have been destroyed, displacing increasing numbers of residents. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee
The Butte fire burning in Calaveras and Amador counties continued to advance on Sunday, sweeping through grass, brush and trees as firefighters struggled to established containment. Homes and other structures have been destroyed, displacing increasing numbers of residents. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee

One dead, others missing in Lake County fire

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