A firefighting helicopter gets water out of Isabella Lake near Wofford Heights before making another water drop on the Cedar Fire. The fire base camp is seen across the lake (in the background) in the Camp 9 area. As of Tuesday, the fire had burned 21,000 and was 5 percent contained.
A firefighting helicopter gets water out of Isabella Lake near Wofford Heights before making another water drop on the Cedar Fire. The fire base camp is seen across the lake (in the background) in the Camp 9 area. As of Tuesday, the fire had burned 21,000 and was 5 percent contained. AP
A firefighting helicopter gets water out of Isabella Lake near Wofford Heights before making another water drop on the Cedar Fire. The fire base camp is seen across the lake (in the background) in the Camp 9 area. As of Tuesday, the fire had burned 21,000 and was 5 percent contained. AP

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