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Wildfires have forced thousands to evacuate northern Los Angeles communities after a blaze spread from 60 acres to 1,600 acres within hours.
Axar.az reports citing Independent that the fire in northern Los Angeles has been dubbed the Saddleridge Brush Fire and is among at least two blazes of concern. The other fire was sparked by burning trash dropped by a dump truck in Riverside County, around 70 miles east of Los Angeles.
The Saddlebridge evacuation area includes at least 1,600 homes and reportedly impacts around 100,000 residents.
2019.10.11 / 18:32