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L.A. Equestrian Center fills up with horses, donkeys in path of fire

The Los Angeles Equestrian Center in Griffith Park was the place horse and donkey owners in the path of the Station fire could take their animals -- until late Saturday, that is.

That's when the center filled up and officials were telling owners they needed to haul their horses to Los Angeles Pierce College in Woodland Hills.

-- Amber Smith 

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