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California Drought Means Less Water To Fight Wildfires

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The California drought is not only making fire season longer and more dangerous, it's making fires harder to fight.  Low water levels in reservoirs, lakes, and rivers means there may not be enough natural water supply to fight fires.  As Capital Public Radio's Katie Orr found out, that means firefighters have been forced to be creative.

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