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AP Photo / Chris Carlson (KSL News) Missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are helping those forced from their homes by the fires in Southern California.
Dozens of missionaries serving in the area were forced to evacuate in the past three days. They now are helping at state-run evacuation centers as well as assisting in the distribution of goods sent from LDS Church storehouses.
Thirteen LDS ward centers in Southern California now have been designated as shelters for evacuees.