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La Tuna Canyon Fire Largest In Los Angeles City History

BURBANK, CA - SEPTEMBER 03: Traffic on the 210 freeway is allowed to resume for the first time since the start of the La Tuna Fire, as light rain showers pass over the burn areas on September 3, 2017 near Burbank, California. At nearly 6,000 acres, the fire is the biggest fire in terms of acreage in Los Angeles city history. About 100 Los Angles firefighters are expected to return soon from Texas, where they've been helping survivors from Hurricane Harvey. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
La Tuna Canyon Fire Largest In Los Angeles City History
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