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    Firefighters battling California wildfires face hardships of their own

    The Woolsey and Camp wildfires in California have engulfed more than 300,000 acres, destroyed more than 12,000 homes and taken at least 80 lives. For firefighters in charge of saving homes and lives, the trauma can be severe — especially for those who are victims themselves. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports.