The wildfire still burning north of Yosemite National Park — you know, the one that has charred 237,341 acres and was at one point one of the largest fires in recent California history — was started by a hunter’s illegal fire.
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California Rim Fire Was Started By Hunter’s ‘Illegal’ Fire
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