Tuesday, September 3, 2013
California Wildfire is State's Fourth Largest!
As Drudge reports, California's wildfire is the fourth largest in the state's history.
The Rim Fire is the state's fourth largest dating back to 1932. It's burning an area larger than the cities of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose combined, agency spokesman Daniel Berlant said.
A 427-square-mile fire in San Diego County that killed 14 people and destroyed more than 2,800 structures a decade ago tops the list of California's largest wildfires.
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