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ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 07, 2017
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(Ventura County, California: David Muir) The six major wildfires in southern California fueled by the Santa Ana winds introduced; scenes shown of burned houses, cars, fires all Over, smokes.

(Santa Paula, California: Matt Gutman) The California fires featured; scenes shown of flames in Ventura County, the town of La Conchita, the 101 freeway, water helicopters. [Fleeing, Linnae BAVARO‡- comments on saving her wedding dress.] [ABC's Marcus MOORE - does interview.]

(Ventura County, California: David Muir) An aerial view of the fires presented; scenes shown. [KABC helicopter pilot J.T. ALPAUGH†- shows the flames & smoke from the huge fire driven by winds.]

(Ventura County, California: David Muir) Earlier interview held with fire chief Mark Lorenzen; scenes shown. [LORENZEN - says we are just trying to stay ahead of the fire being pushed by high winds with buildings burning.] A loot at burned-out cars & homes in the streets presented; scenes shown. [Kids Hailey & Hannah THOMPSON - bring sandwiches for the firefighters.]

(Ventura County, California: David Muir; Sylmar: Rob Marciano) The weather forecast for the fire zone discussed; weather maps shown.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Gutman, Matt;
Marciano, Rob
Duration:
00:08:20

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