Fire burns for third day in San Gabriel Mountains in Calif

NBC News: A brush fire in the San Gabriel Mountains that prompted the evacuation of Labor Day weekend campers and picnickers in the hills above Glendora, Calif., continued to rage Monday afternoon and burned more than 4,000 acres and injured four people, including at least two of the 500-plus firefighters who swarmed the hills to control the blaze. Containment of the so-called Williams Fire remained at 5 percent, unchanged from Sunday night, but no structures had been lost and none were threatened, the......

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