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Wildfires burn up entire U.S west coast, at least seven dead

TALENT, Ore./EAGLE POINT, Ore. (Reuters) – An unprecedented spate of fierce, wind-driven wildfires in all U.S. West Coast states have destroyed thousands of homes and killed at least seven people, state and local authorities said. FILE PHOTO: Thick smoke is seen above Salem City, Oregon, U.S., September 8, 2020, in this picture obtained from social media. ZAK STONE/via REUTERSIn the past 48 hours, three people died from a lightning-sparked fire in northern California while three were reported dead in Oregon and a one-year-old boy died as his family tried to escape a blaze in Washington state, local police reported. Oregon bore the brunt of nearly 100 major wildfires ripping across western states, with around 3,000 firefighters outnumbered by over two dozens wildfires. The fires largely destroyed at least five towns up and down the Cascade mountain range in
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