NewsNet 9 Sep 2020

Wildfires Plague People All Across California


As evacuees from northern California try to escape poor air quality, more wildfires are sparking in southern California too. NewsNet's Danielle Radin reports.

As unprecedented wildfires rage across the Golden State, Californians have been bearing the brunt. Faced with an uncertain future, some are rethinking their life choices.

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