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Springs Fire: 28K Acres Burned, 80% Contained (And Rain!)

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Rain is falling in Southern California, bringing relief from not only our surge of hot temps, but also in the fight to tame the Springs Fire in Ventura County, which has been burning since Thursday.

This morning, the Ventura County Fire Department released the latest numbers:

A total of eight firefighters have suffered minor injuries so far, and 25 buildings have been damaged and 10 recreational vehicles were destroyed, according to the Ventura County Star.

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Full containment of the blaze is expected by tomorrow, according to the VCFD.