(Zoeann Murphy, Jon Gerberg/The Washington Post)
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Two California neighbors defend their homes from wildfire
The Redding Estates neighborhood of Redding, Calif. was one of the hardest hit residential areas of the Carr Fire. Rodger Grey and Gary Lion, two neighbors, stayed through the blaze and defended the homes on their block.
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