Wildfire near California-Oregon border ‘extreme,’ firefighters say

Reuters: Firefighters battling a fast-moving Northern California blaze said Wednesday they expect a second day of extreme conditions, as heat and high winds spur a lightning-sparked wildfire near the Oregon border. The so-called Happy Camp Fire has been burning in the Klamath National Forest since Aug. 11, consuming 72,000 acres and costing an estimated $41 million so far in firefighting costs. "Yesterday, we had an increase in extreme fire behavior ... and we do expect the same extreme fire today,......

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