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'This town will never be the same' after fire, Ventura resident frets

Sarah Flynn woke up early Tuesday to someone knocking on her door. Her neighbor was going down their street urging people to evacuate. “Time to get out,” Flynn, 62, recalled her neighbor saying. The neighborhood had lost electricity around 10:30 p.m., Flynn said, but she wasn’t worried because...
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