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Rye fire near Santa Clarita has burned at least 7,000 acres, is 5 percent contained

SANTA CLARITA — The Rye Fire burning near Santa Clarita remained at 7,000 acres with 5 percent containment Wednesday, the Los Angeles County Fire Department said. Fire officials were expected to release updated information on the progress of the blaze later Wednesday morning. RELATED STORY: Rye Fire leads to Santa Clarita road closures, evacuations The brush […]
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