LA County fire chief to wildland-area residents: ‘Sleep with one eye open tonight’ – Los Angeles Times

Posted on Dec 7 2017 - 12:25am by Zennie Abraham
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More than 100,000 residents in the San Fernando Valley remained under evacuation Wednesday as a brush fire that started in the foothills above Sylmar continued to grow. By late Wednesday, the fire had scorched 12,605 acres and destroyed at least 30
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