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Man who lost family in Carr Fire says there were no 'warnings'
Ed Bledsoe lost his wife and two great-grandchildren on July 26, after a fire scorched their home in Northern California while he was away from the house. Bledsoe said authorities did not inform the family to evacuate.
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