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Nearly 90,000 homes at risk in fire-torn SoCal, CoreLogic estimates

Devastating wildfires continue to rip through Southern California with no end in sight, threatening thousands of properties across the region. CoreLogic put the total number of homes at risk from the largest fires -- Thomas (Ventura county), Rye (Sylmar), and Creek (Santa Clarita) -- at 86,242 homes...
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