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Brush fire at Camp Pendleton causes a stink in Orange County

A 60-acre brush fire burning at Camp Pendleton has caused a smoky smell to settle over Orange County communities, according to officials. In a tweet Wednesday morning, the Orange County Fire Authority said the cause of the pervasive odor was a “vegetation fire.” The Marine Corps base said the fire...
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