Puppy rescued as McKinney Fire burns over 50,000 acres in California | USA TODAY

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At least two people have died and thousands have evacuated as the McKinney Fire rages in Northern California.

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“Abundant” lightning, gusty winds, high temperatures and low relative humidity all pose threats to firefighters and could further intensify the fire’s behavior, the U.S. Forest Service said.

“The fuel beds are so dry and they can just erupt from that lightning,” Forest Service spokesperson Adrienne Freeman said. “These thunder cells come with gusty erratic winds that can blow fire in every direction.”

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