2 Firemen Killed in Los Angeles Wildfires

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The wildfires in Los Angeles doubled in size early Monday morning, now burning 134 square miles of brush and trees. The fire is only a half mile from Mt. Wilson, where television and radio stations, and cell phone providers have antennas. There is also a landmark observatory on the mountain.

Sunday two Los Angeles County firefighters were killed when their vehicle rolled down a mountain side amid the intense flames of a wildfire that threatened 12,000 homes. More from the Associated Press.

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