California crews scramble to fight wildfire flames amid drought

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California crews scramble to fight wildfire flames amid drought – CBS News


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California’s biggest wildfire is burning east of Fresno. A lightning strike set off the Rough Fire more than a month ago, ripping across well over 100 square miles. The historic drought fueling California’s fire season is now considered “extreme” or “exceptional” in more than 70 percent of the state. John Blackstone looks at the firefighters scrambling to keep up.

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