Largest wildfire in California history grows to 750,000 acres

The largest wildfire in California history grew even bigger as it merged with another to create a 746,607 behemoth that is raging through two national forests, authorities said Friday.

The August Complex Fire at 472,185 acres merged this week with the Elkhorn Fire, which has burned more than 255,000-acres, said officials with the U.S. Forest Service. .

The wildfires in the Mendocino National Forest and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest in Northern California were put under the umbrella of the…

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