Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Woolsey Fire

The Woolsey Fire is now one of the largest on record for Los Angeles County.

The fire has destroyed at least 483 structures and damaged 86 others, according to Cal Fire. Thousands are still threatened.

Since starting on Nov 8th the blaze had moved toward the sea, demolishing mobile homes, scenic canyon and hundreds of homes.

Friday, November 9, 2018

Camp Fire

Chico, CA, November 14, 2018: The Camp Fire started seven days ago, on November 8 at 6:29 am. Fueled by intense north winds, a dry air mass and critically dry fuels, the fire moved rapidly from the Pulga area in the Feather River Canyon into nearby communities including Paradise, Magalia and Concow. Critical fire weather conditions spread the fire to over 100,000 acres in the first two days. Currently, the fire is 130,000 acres and 35% contained. 
There have been 48 confirmed civilian fatalities and 7,600 residences destroyed.

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Charlie Fire

The Charlie fire north of Castaic broke out around 2:40 p.m. Saturday on Charlie Canyon Road according to Cal Fire and the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Sunday, September 9, 2018

Fairmont Fire

The Fairmont Fire burned about 170 acres near Lancaster, fire officials announced Sunday. The fire started near 160th Street West and Lancaster Road in medium brush.

Saturday, August 11, 2018

Ranch Fire Mendocino Complex

The Mendocino Complex, a pair of wildfires in Lake County in late July become the largest fire complex in California history, has been reported 100 percent contained, the U.S. Forest Service said Wednesday. The two fires burned a combined 459,123 acres.

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Saturday, August 4, 2018

River Fire

River Fire burning to the west of Clear Lake.

Monday, July 30, 2018

Railroad Fire

Los Angeles County firefighters battled a 10-acre brush fire that broke out in the 20900 block of Via Estrella in Newhall and scorched an apartment building Monday afternoon.

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Cranston Fire

Authorities ordered mandatory evacuations for hundreds of people Wednesday from a ferocious 4,700-acre wildfire off Highway 74 between Hemet and Mountain Center, a fast-moving blaze that burned homes and was aided by a blistering heat wave pushing through the interior of Southern California.