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Photo: The Springs Fire As Seen From Space

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The Springs Fire continues to burn in Ventura County, having already consumed over 10,000 acres. Today "the air attack on the Springs Fire now consists of 8 water-dropping helicopters and 6 fixed-wing air tankers dropping fire retardant," according to the Ventura County Fire Department.

We've taken a look at photos of the massive blaze from the ground in and around the Camarillo Springs area, now check out this stunning image showing the wildfire as seen from space.

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