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Homes destroyed, others burning as huge fire rages in San Bruno

A huge fire left a swath of destroyed and burning homes across a several block area Thursday evening as bright walls of flame and thick smoke shot into the Bay Area city of San Bruno.

The blaze was raging in a neighborhood near Glen View Drive by Skyline Boulevard, which is just south of San Francisco.

The San Bruno Police Department said it was unclear what sparked the blaze. There were no reports on injuries or fatalities.

-- Robert J. Lopez

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Boy, I hope they get a handle on it...

My heart aches for the victims, both physical and secondary in the wake of this tragedy. I pray for them with each minute I consider this event. god bless them all, and the emergency services providing expert service.


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