LOS ANGELES, Jan. 7 (UPI) --
The Santa Ana winds that have been battering Southern California should begin to die Tuesday afternoon after toppling trees and whipping two brush fires. More than 40,000 customers were without electrical power and a fire in Malibu was up to 1,500 acres Tuesday morning, although no homes were burned.
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