Dozens more rescued from California wildfire

Several military helicopters were used Tuesday to rescue more than 100 people from the massive Creek Fire burning in central California.

Officials are calling the fire an “unprecedented disaster” as flames spiral in all directions of the Sierra National Forest. The blaze has scorched nearly 144,000 acres and remains at 0% containment, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, also known as Cal Fire.

Early Tuesday, the California National Guard announced crews…

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