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California wildfires cause air quality to hit dangerous levels

While flames are extinguished in an area close to city of Redding, lingering smoke has left air quality at dangerously high levels.

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    More than a dozen major fires continue to blaze across the US state of California.

    One of the hardest hit areas is close to the city of Redding, where the flames have been extinguished but the lingering smoke has left air quality at dangerously high levels.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Redding, California.


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