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California / Wildfires #945692

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 02, 2009
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(Studio: Maggie Rodriguez) The battle against seven major wildfires in California noted; statistics cited.

(Tujunga, California: Sandra Hughes) The insatiable Station fire featured; scenes shown of flames, firefighters in the canyons, the threatened Mt. Wilson & burned-out houses; details given of the investigation into how the fire started. [Forest Service Capt. Mike DIETRICH†, Los Angeles County fire department Battalion Chief Vince PENA†- assess where we are.] [LA County resident Lyna AVANESSIAN†- praises firefighters.] [Evacuee Roxana GARCIA†- comments.]

Rodriguez, Maggie;
Hughes, Sandra

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