SoCal Wildfires Contiue To Scorch Earth And Displace Hundreds Of Thousands Of Californians

Dec 7, 2017

Traffic carefully traverses the 405 Freeway thru the Sepulveda Pass in West Los Angeles before dawn yesterday (Wednesday) shortly after the Skirball Fire ignited and spread into the tony Bel-Air neighborhood. The 405 was later shut down for several hours in the vicinity of the fire.
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Strong Santa Ana winds continue to fan the flames of a handful of major wildfires that have burned tens of thousands of acres, destroyed scores of homes and other structures, and resulted in the evacuation of hundreds of thousands of people from Southern California neighborhoods.  KVCR's Ken Vincent has this updated rundown of active Southern California wildfires.