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Moments of terror in Thomas fire zone as powerful rains send the earth moving

MONTECITO, Calif. - Montecito resident Dominic Shiach thought the worst was over when the massive Thomas fire finally stopped threatening his town last month.

But Monday night and early Tuesday morning, the rains began to pound. Within

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