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California's McKinney Fire captured by residents, time-lapse, and satellite video

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Video of the McKinney Fire, the largest of 2022 in California, shows flames and smoke starting in the Klamath National Forest. Time-lapse video shows the blaze 20 miles south of the Oregon border and satellite video shows the lightning from above.