California's largest wildfire this year burns near Oregon border

The McKinney Fire in Northern California near the stateline with Oregon exploded in size Sunday to more than 82 square miles (212 square km) after erupting Friday in the Klamath National Forest, firefighting officials said. It is California's largest wildfire of the year so far and officials have not determined the cause.

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- So we don't have a cause yet. It is yet undetermined. We do have a lot of other fires that are lightning starts. Those we can confirm. One of those is the China fire, which is burning just West of the McKinney fire, which is currently at about 400 acres.

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