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Desert Raves Too Close To The Fire Line

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While firefighters were putting their lives at risk, trying to save homes and lives during the recent Powerhouse fire in the Antelope Valley, ravers were brazenly partying right at the fire line. Authorities say they not only defied authority, they defied common sense.

But when the ravers got away with that party, they returned again, bringing nitrous oxide tanks, openly doing drugs and boasting about how they got away with it.

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