Firefighters battled to contain wildfires in southern California on Saturday after about 100,000 people were forced to evacuate their homes.The area was under a red flag warning of critical fire danger – strong winds and very low humidity, the National Weather Service said.The so-called Saddleridge fire that burned through the San Fernando Valley area of greater Los Angeles was the strongest of several across southern California.By Saturday, it had consumed 7,551 acres (3,056 hectares) about 20…

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