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Where is the Fire in Canyon Country?

During the last week, a large fire has been burning in the Canyon Country of Southern California. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has issued evacuations for the residents and businesses in the area. The fire is a brush fire in the Angeles National Forest. The fire has been contained in 90% of the area, but some residents are still being evacuated.

Los Angeles County Fire Department Station 132

Hundreds of firefighters have been working to protect homes in Canyon Country, California, after a fire broke out Thursday. The fire, which is burning in the Santa Clarita area, has threatened more than 10,000 homes.

The fire was started by gusty, hot Santa Ana winds. The fire has burned about 4,615 acres. As of Tuesday night, firefighters were making progress against the flames. There are now more than 500 firefighters on the scene. They are putting out hot spots and trying to secure the north end of the fire.

As of Monday night, the Tick Fire is about 90% contained. The Santa Ana winds are expected to return overnight into Friday. The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning for much of southern California. This includes areas in Los Angeles County, Ventura County and parts of San Bernardino County.

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies are working on evacuations of Bouquet Canyon

Approximately 40,000 people remain under mandatory evacuation orders in the Santa Clarita Valley and the Canyon Country area. Authorities have not determined the total number of structures burned. However, an initial estimate was that about 300 acres were burned.

During the course of the fire, four firefighters suffered minor injuries. The fire started at 1:24 p.m. Thursday. It grew to 850 acres in less than an hour. The Los Angeles Fire Department expects full containment by morning.

The fire is located in the Santa Clarita Valley, Canyon Country, and San Bernardino counties. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is actively evacuating residents from the area. The fire has burned more than 4,005 acres.

Los Angeles County Fire Officials report that the Elsmere Fire has stopped and is 30% contained

Several winter storms in the West spawned a record cold in parts of the country. Heavy, wet snow continued at higher elevations in California and Montana. In some areas, the snow drifted several feet high. Hundreds of thousands of people were affected by power blackouts. Several fires were sparked by inadequate heating units.

A strong F4 tornado hit Franklin, TN, killing one person and injuring seven others. The storm also spawned a dozen tornadoes in Mississippi. Several other tornadoes were reported, including one in Harperville, which destroyed five chicken homes.

In southern California, the Elsmere Fire broke out in the Canyon Country near Newhall Avenue and the 14 Freeway. The fire was estimated at 10 acres in size. Within half an hour, it had grown to over 100 acres. It forced the closure of all lanes on the 14 Freeway. The acreage was revised to 130 acres.

Los Angeles County Fire Officials report that the brush fire in the Angeles National Forest is 90% contained

Despite being a small fire compared to the other recent fires, it has caused significant damage. A total of 159 firefighters are tackling the East Fire, which originated at East Fork Road and Shoemaker Road in San Gabriel Canyon. It is burning in the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument section of the Angeles National Forest. The fire is estimated to have burned 96 acres.

The fire started around 2 p.m., and was reported as a small fire at first. It was burning in a dry brush, which provided plenty of fuel for the fire. The fire is now moving in a northwesterly direction. Fire crews are working to contain the fire by strengthening containment lines, and utilizing the road system to reach the fire.

Mandatory evacuations for businesses in the area

Several businesses in Canyon Country are under mandatory evacuation orders. This order was issued to protect people and property from the threat of mud flows and debris flows.

The order was issued at 11 p.m. on Tuesday evening due to a predicted storm. Public safety officials will use a variety of methods to notify people. Some residents will be contacted door to door, while others will be notified through local alerting systems.

The city of Duarte in Los Angeles County also issued a mandatory evacuation order for areas affected by the Fish Fire. This area includes several streets temporarily closed in the burn scar.

Sheep fire in San Bernardino County

Approximately 673 firefighters are battling the Sheep Fire in San Bernardino County. The blaze started Saturday night in the Angeles National Forest. It has scorched more than 775 acres of private and federal land. It also destroyed a cell tower and damaged power lines. The total cost of the fire is estimated at 11 million dollars.

The Sheep Fire is being fought by CAL FIRE, Angeles National Forest and San Bernardino County Fire. Crews reported good progress on containment lines overnight. They are monitoring isolated fires within the perimeter of the fire. Sheep Fire managers have no concerns about the blaze crossing containment lines.



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