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Oklahoma crews battle expanding wildfires in torrid conditions

Fire crews toiled in triple-digit heat around drought-stricken Oklahoma on Saturday to contain at least 15 blazes that have destroyed more than 120 structures and left a small town smouldering. Authorities said they were investigating whether the fire that devastated the town of Luther was deliberately set. Governor Mary Fallin on Saturday toured Luther, where 56 structures were destroyed, and described it as "total devastation." She said she had met with families who had little time to save anything but photos and pets. …

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