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Fires are dangerously polluting California's air. Some cities are handing out masks

The fires burning across California are not only destroying homes and sending people fleeing from flames, but are creating dangerously poor air quality even for those not directly affected by the blazes.

Many Californians, some as many as a hundred miles from a fire, report thick, gray air in their neighborhoods. School was canceled in

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