West Coast residents caught in a line of fire from California to Washington

Washington Post: When the emergency sirens wailed, Christine Perry muttered, "Oh, Lord, not again,' then scampered outdoors. For a second straight year, a monster fire lurked outside her tiny town of Pateros, Wash. She strained to see whether thick smoke was rolling her way. A year ago, she barely escaped her house before it was destroyed by wildfire. After rebuilding, she feared it would happen again. "Last year they told us we were safe. The next thing I knew, I was running out of the house in my flip-flops......

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