Thousands of Americans in California’s Santa Clarita Valley have been forced to evacuate their homes as wildfires burned through more than 20,000 acres of brush north of Los Angeles. The fire broke out on Friday during an extreme heat wave. More than 900 firefighters have been working around the clock to control the blaze. Local police say they are preparing to evacuate 4,500 more homes. Relief centers have been set up to accommodate evacuees.
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