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>> Strong winds that have stoked wildfires across Southern California are expected to return in force on Sunday. Firefighters had gained some ground battling the half-dozen wildfires that have burned over the past week as winds eased over the weekend. At least one person has been killed. 200,000 people evacuated and hundreds of homes destroyed including this mobile home park in San Diego county.
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>> Whenever they let people back in, I don't know, I think I'd rather not see their reaction to what's happened to their places.>> After surveying areas in Ventura County that were destroyed by the largest of the wildfires, California Governor Jerry Brown offered a grim outlook.>> This is the new normal.
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>> He says climate change could bring more severe wildfires.>> It's just more intense, more widespread, and then we're about ready to have firefighting at Christmas.>> The wildfires have burned at least 175,000 acres.