Californian Rim fire heads towards Yosemite’s famed sequoia trees

Reuters: A massive wildfire that has charred the northwestern edge of California's Yosemite national park is heading towards two groves of the park's famed sequoia trees, the national park service director, Jonathan Jarvis, said as firefighters battled the blaze on Saturday. The so-called Rim fire, which now has an overall footprint that exceeds the area of Dallas, has burned about 6% of Yosemite's wilder backcountry but the vast majority of the park was still unaffected, Jarvis said. The sequoias are......

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