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>> At least four states battling severe brush fires overnight and into Thursday morning. The Santa Barbara California blaze tearing through three canyons, flames reaching at least 300 feet in spots. Firefighters using DC10s to battle them. Several homes and campgrounds forced to evacuate.>> I've been manager for ten years here since we opened and we've never been evacuated, so it's pretty scary.
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>> In northern Arizona, the Cedar Creek fire spreading through 3,000 acres. With major roads closed and residents seeking shelter at makeshift Red Cross sites. Over in New Mexico, a state of emergency has been declared due to the Dog Head fire raging since Tuesday. Up to 2,000 acres burned, with no reported containment.
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>> If something happens to our homes, there's no way we can come back.>> And in Utah, a lightning-caused wildfire is being fuelled by grass, brush, and 40 mile an hour wind gusts.