Fire crews across the nation called to battle Mendocino Complex fire
The Mendocino Complex blaze has become California’s largest wildfire in the state’s history, burning for nearly two weeks. The out-of-control flames are bringing in fire crews from across the country, but there’s not enough man power yet to slow it down. NBC’s national correspondent Miguel Almaguer reports for TODAY, while Al Roker gives a look at the extreme heat and a new round of potentially severe storms in the forecast.
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