Wildfires force the evacuation of 2000 people in California.
California's Thomas Fire has continued to rage, displacing tens of thousands of people after scorching over 700 homes. The state governor has linked multiple wildfires this year to climate change.
For the second time in two months, wind-driven fires are tearing through California communities. So far, rows of homes and a psychiatric hospital lie in ruins and tens of thousands of people have fled for their lives.
More than 230,000 people have been evacuated and thousands of buildings are in danger of collapsing. 80,000 acres of land have been destroyed. It's the second time in two months California has been hit by wildfires.
Rescue crews are searching for missing people a day after a mudslide in California devastated a coastal community northwest of Los Angeles. At least 17 people have been confirmed killed.
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