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An airtanker drops a load of retardant through strong winds on a fast-moving brush fire on Olema Hill last Thursday. High temperatures and low humidity led to three fires in the last week, including one that knocked out power in Olema, Point Reyes Station and Inverness.   David Briggs

A “wrath” of fires have broken out in West Marin, as Inverness Fire Chief Jim Fox puts it. A brush fire on a Point Reyes Station ranch and two in Olema—one that took out power for over a thousand residents for a couple of hours on Tuesday evening—burned this week. 

In the last two . . .

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