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L.A. County animal control details its response to stable where horses died in Creek fire

Los Angeles County animal control officials have detailed their response to a Sylmar ranch where nearly 30 horses died during the Creek fire, as public concern over the incident grows. The fast-moving fire was first reported at 3:43 a.m. Tuesday. The family who owns Rancho Padilla, where the horses...
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