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Wildfire causes partial closure of I-15 at Cajon Pass in California

A wildfire shut down some northbound lanes of Interstate 15 in Southern California on Wednesday afternoon.

Several lanes were closed for a fews hours as the Bronco Fire burned in Cajon Pass, causing some traffic delays. The lane closures took place north of Kenwood Avenue near Devore.

The pass, a major route between Southern California and Las Vegas, is about 60 miles east of Los Angeles.

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