California Wildfires Consume More Structures And Land


Some of the people told they could return to their homes near Thousand Oaks, California are once again fleeing.  The Woolsey fire flared up again today and those who were cleared to return were once  again given mandatory evacuation orders.  There were new flare ups near  Carlisle Canyon, Lake Sherwood and Boney Mountain this morning.  Ventura  County fire officials warned other residents to prepare to evacuate.  The Santa Ana  winds are driving the blaze that has already consumed more than  96-thousand acres.  Two people have died in that fire, while officials have confirmed 42 deaths in Northern California's Camp fire. The Camp Fire has surpassed the  1933 Griffith Park Fire as the deadliest is the state's history. The fire has torched 76-hundred buildings and homes. 

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