Wash. Residents Go Home Near Fire, Still 'on Edge'

ABC NewsFire Evacuees in Wash. and California Return...ABC NewsHundreds of people in Washington and California who fled encroaching flames from wildfires were allowed to return to their homes Friday, and in Washington many were to find out whether their property was spared by a huge blaze that burned out of ...Fire evacuees begin returning homeNewsOK.comCentral Wash.

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