Wildfires spare Reagan library
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A brushfire broke out on Wednesday between the cities of Simi Valley and Moorpark, north of Los Angeles, and almost reached the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. (Photos: AP)
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library escaped the fire because of the buffer zone outside the building.
A banner of the 40th president Ronald Reagan hangs at the entrance to the library.
Helicopters fly over the burned hills and firefighters help protect the library.
Fire and smoke can be seen from one of the huge hangars with a Boeing 707 presidential plane. (Compiled by Xu Zhanman)