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Southern California Edison says its equipment helped spark massive Thomas fire that killed 2

LOS ANGELES - Southern California Edison on Tuesday said its electrical equipment likely sparked at least one starting point in the massive Thomas fire that ravaged Ventura and Santa Barbara

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