California Fire Threatens Homes, Prompts Evacuation

May 3 (Bloomberg) -- A wind-whipped wildfire, charring an area more than half the size of Manhattan, forced the evacuation of a college with 4,900 students and threatened 4,000 homes northwest of Los Angeles. More than 925 firefighters battled the blaze known as the Springs Fire, which grew to more than 15 square miles (39 square kilometers) south of Camarillo yesterday, said the Ventura County Fire Department. (Source: Bloomberg)

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