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5 homes destroyed in suspected arson near Idyllwild, Calif.; thousands evacuate

LOS ANGELES - Firefighters on Thursday morning continued their battle against a brush fire that exploded in the San Jacinto Mountains the previous afternoon, burning five homes and forcing thousands of Idyllwild residents to flee, authorities said.

The blaze was deliberately set, authorities say, by a 32-year-old Temecula man Wednesday afternoon. Chewing

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