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Firefighters save homes in Oregon's Columbia Gorge, allowing some residents to return


Some of the hundreds of people forced to flee a wind-driven wildfire in Oregon's Columbia Gorge east of Portland were allowed to return Thursday and were happy to find their houses intact, even where flames had come as close as 30 feet. "It is a huge relief," said Connie Thomasian, a real estate agent who moved to the little community of Rowena overlooking the Columbia River with her husband ...


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