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Residents return to rubble as fire crews make progress on San Diego, LA wildfires

BONSALL, Calif. - Geoffrey Smith heard it first from his neighbors: The wind-driven wildfire that swept through northern San Diego County had devoured his Bonsall home.

As he headed to his neighborhood over the weekend to see the destruction, the 70-year-old veterinarian's mind drifted to what he probably lost.

A cherry wood cabinet he was making for his

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