How to help victims of the Southern California wildfires

The fires consuming parts of Southern California have moved rapidly since breaking out a few days ago. The Thomas Fire, a blaze in Ventura County, has already claimed 90,000 acres. The fires have collectively led to the evacuation of more than 200,000 residents, according to news reports.

There are numerous efforts underway to aid survivors, who may have fled wearing only the clothes on their backs and may not know the fate of their homes for days. By Wednesday, the Red Cross had opened seven shelters to provide refuge for survivors...

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By: Mashable - Thursday, 7 December

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