California Wildfire Becomes Largest In State History

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The Mendocino Complex fire has become the largest wildfire recorded in modern California history.

According to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, the fire, which is comprised of both the Ranch and River fires, scorched over 283,800 acres as of Monday afternoon, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The Mendocino Complex fire is reportedly growing by thousands of acres daily and has surpassed the state’s Thomas fire last year, which set ablaze more than 281,000 acres in California.

 

Read more at The Hill.

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