• At least 75,000 homes in Southern California at risk from massive fires

    11 days ago - By CNBC

    On Friday morning, mandatory evacuations were expanded after the so-called Woolsey fire crossed the 101 Freeway from the Ventura County area into the Malibu area of Los Angles County.
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  • Woolsey fire forces evacuation of Malibu

    11 days ago - By The Real Deal New York

    The rapidly moving Woolsey fire prompted authorities to issue evacuation orders for more than 75,000 homes in Ventura and Los Angeles counties early Friday. Evacuation orders for residents came in overnight as the fire moved into Agoura Hills, growing to 8,000 acres and destroying or damaging at least 20 homes, according to the Los Angeles Times. Evacuation orders were made for Westlake Village, parts of Calabasas and Cheeseboro Canyon. Images from the fires show hills...
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  • A massive 'firenado' is ripping through the Camp Fire burning in California

    A massive 'firenado' is ripping through the Camp Fire burning in California

    11 days ago - By Business Insider

    The Camp Fire is blazing through a swath of Northern California, and has so far burned through more than 20,000 acres.
    It's one of three separate wildfires rampaging across California Friday .
    Laura Anthony, a reporter at a local ABC affiliate, captured the "fire devil" - also known as a "fire whirl" or "firenado" - towering through the wreckage.
    Fire devils are deadly. They can be created when the ground is superheated during a fire .
    The entire town of Paradise has been evacuated and has been destroyed by the fire.
    See Anthony's video below:
    DEVELOPING From a safe distance...just shot...
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  • California Fires Update: 20,000 Acres Burned in Butte County; 30,000 Homes at Risk in Los Angeles

    11 days ago - By Fortune

    As another series of wildfires spread rapidly through California , more than 20 million people in the state are under red flag warnings Friday.
    The Camp Fire in the northern part of the state has burned through 20,000 acres, while the Woolsey Fire in Los Angeles and Ventura counties quadrupled in size overnight. Meanwhile, the Hill Fire, located just down the road from the Thousand Oaks bar where 12 people were killed earlier this week in a mass shooting, has topped 10,000 acres.
    Here's the latest on each of the California wildfires:
    Camp Fire
    Fire officials have issued evacuation orders...
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