Dozens of dangerous wildfires are once again torching the West Coast. Oregon’s Bootleg Fire, the largest in the U.S., has created so much smoke, air quality warnings have been issued on the other coast. Meanwhile, the Dixie Fire in Northern California has exploded to more than six times the size of San Francisco. Now it’s threatening some of the survivors of the Golden State’s deadliest wildfire. In 2018, dozens of families living in Paradise, California were forced to flee, after 85 people were killed and their town was burnt to the ground. Rebuilding their former homes, and putting their lives back together, will take years. 



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