Weather Aids California Firefighters

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 Los Angeles firefighter Brent Roff rushes to stop flames from burning a mobile home. i

Los Angeles firefighter Brent Roff rushes to stop flames from burning a mobile home in the West Hills area of Los Angeles on Thursday. Better weather helped firefighters control the blazes on Friday. Reuters hide caption

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 Los Angeles firefighter Brent Roff rushes to stop flames from burning a mobile home.

Los Angeles firefighter Brent Roff rushes to stop flames from burning a mobile home in the West Hills area of Los Angeles on Thursday. Better weather helped firefighters control the blazes on Friday.

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Brush fires in Southern California have consumed about 20,000 acres in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. But Frank Stolz of NPR station KPCC says temperatures are down, and so are winds.

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