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- The Delta Fire in Northern California scorched nearly 25,000 acres of dry wildland as it raged on for a third day.
- Fire officials said they were making progress, but there was no containment as of Friday night.
- This latest fire comes as California struggles to recover from the worst fire in state history. The Mendocino Complex fire took off in late July and burned nearly 460,000 acres.
Firefighters in Northern California struggled to get the upper hand on a three-day-old wildfire that scorched more than 30,000 acres as of Friday evening.
Warm weather and winds amplified the danger as flames moves through the Shasta-Trinity National Forest region.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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