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Fire breaks out in Santa Cruz Mountains; homes threatened

A fire that started Monday afternoon in the Santa Cruz Mountains is spreading rapidly and has claimed at least one structure, while threatening hundreds of others, authorities and local media reported. The Loma fire began at about 3 p.m., near Loma Prieta Road and Loma Chiquita Road, about 10 miles...
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