Oct. 26, 2020

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California wildfires

Evacuation orders were issued for about 90,000 residents in Orange County as the Silverado fire and the Blue Ridge fire spread.

The 200-acre blaze, the second brush fire to ignite amid high winds Monday, was moving west and forcing evacuations in Orange County.

The Bobcat fire, which is still burning, is likely the source of the ash that’s drifting into East Los Angeles and parts of the San Gabriel Valley.

Residents deal with stress and fear as the Silverado fire sweeps down from the hills above Irvine, threatens homes and prompts evacuations.

The air around Southern California feels like smoke soup because of wildfires. What does that mean for your health and daily routines?

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