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Nov 9, 2018 In Northern California, the town of Paradise has been ravaged by a fast-moving wildfire. Officials say a campfire started the blaze, which has grown to cover more than 70,000 acres and destroyed buildings and cars in its path. William Brangham reports, and Amna Nawaz speaks with KQED's Jeremy Siegel for details on the 'increased intensity and increased frequency' of California wildfires.

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