Valley fire incinerates 95 square miles in just two days, while 10,000 people flee a second blaze, the Butte fire about 200 miles away in the Sierra Nevada

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Two explosive wildfires have displaced 23,000 people in northern California and threaten to wreak more devastation in rural communities, which have lost hundreds of homes.

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Source: Guardian Environment