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Scenes From the Station Fire

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Blogger Dave Bullock went on an impromptu photo shoot last night, first heading to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), then up the hills of La Cañada towards the Station Fire that continues to burn today with essentially no containment. He shared with us these images from the scene. The Station Fire is expected to remain burning through the week, as hundreds of firefighters work on rugged terrain that has not burned in decades.