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California / Wildfires #1131896

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 09, 2018
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(Southern California: David Muir) The state of emergency in California with wildfires introduced; scenes shown of a burned-out home, flames, the evacuation from Malibu.

(Venture County, California: Clayton Sandell) The massive fire evacuations in southern California featured; scenes shown from Malibu, highway traffic, homes on fire. [Fire OFFICIAL - talks about getting people out of harm's way.] [Resident Ashley SNODGRASS - thinks her house is on fire.]

(Southern California: David Muir) An aerial view of the fire from local reporters presented; scenes shown of fire & smoke from the Woolsey fire. [KABC helicopter reporter Chris CHRISTIE‡- says the fire is wreaking havoc in southern California.]

(Southern California: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Paradise, California: Tom Llamas) The destruction of the town of Paradise featured; scenes shown of the charred landscape with victims found inside their cars, people fleeing, the burned supermarket. [Paradise resident Ralph CRIPPEN†- says homes burned quickly.] [California Highway Patrol Todd NEWMAN†- comments on the tragedy.]

(Southern California: David Muir) The wildfires following the shooting massacre in Thousand Oaks noted. [Thousand Oaks police Chief Tim HAGLE†- reacts to the events: from a mass shooting to the fires all over.]

Muir, David;
Sandell, Clayton;
Llamas, Tom

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