2 people killed in Southern California Woolsey fire

LOS ANGELES COUNTY, Calif. - Los Angeles County sheriff's Chief John Benedict says two people have been found dead in the fire zone of a Southern California blaze.
The deaths are the first from a pair of wildfires burning north and west of downtown Los Angeles that have torn through 109 square miles and destroyed more than 150 homes since Thursday.
Benedict gave no details on the deaths. He said Saturday sheriff's detectives are investigating.
Wildfires burning across California have now killed 11 people. Nine have been found dead in fires in Northern California.

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