Luck Runs Out for Lake Arrowhead Residents

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More than 200 homes have burned in the small mountain resort area of Lake Arrowhead, east of Los Angeles. It's a heavily forested area where homes are built in and around tall trees. Residents always live with the danger of fire, and most have been lucky. But not this year.

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