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A campfire set by people "partying" in the woods may have started a huge wildfire that destroyed dozens of homes near Malibu, California, on Saturday.

Two fire investigators told CNN on Sunday the blaze may have originated at a campfire set at the end of a dirt road, where investigators have determined the 4,720-acre Corral Canyon fire began.

The investigators, speaking on condition of anonymity because the investigation is ongoing, said they hope the people will come forward. Read full article »

CNN's Ted Rowlands contributed to this report.

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