SAN DIEGO McDonald’s said its restaurants in Southern California are providing free Extra Value Meals until Nov. 1 to emergency personnel contending with the area’s wildfires. The offer extends to firefighters, paramedics, National Guard troops and police officers, the Oak Brook, Ill.-based chain said, adding that identification would be required. It noted that 10,000 meals had already been provided since Sunday, when the fires erupted.The units also are providing free Wi-Fi internet ...

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