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The 2017 California wildfire season was the most destructive wildfire season on record, which saw multiple wildfires burning across California.
Five of California’s most destructive wildfires – those that caused significant damage to buildings and infrastructure – on record occurred in 2017, including the Thomas Fire.
California Statewide Fire Map. View California Fire Map ... of the fires on the map are not in the jurisdiction of CAL FIRE and are under the command of another local or federal fire agency. 2017 Fire Map Archive. June - December 2017 ... The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protecton is unable to guarantee the accuracy of this ...
Hill Fire: more info... Updated: November 10, 2018 11:27 am: County: Ventura County : Location: Hill Canyon Rd and Santa Rosa Rd, Santa Rosa Valley : Acres Burned - Containment: 4,531 acres - 25% contained : Evacuation Info: View the latest Incident Update for current information on evacuations and road closures.
Insane footage of the ferocious wildfires ravaging Southern California, evacuating communities and destroying homes. The wildfires in Ventura and Los Angeles counties have so far forced tens of ...
The hot, dry and sometimes windy months of summer bring the threat of large wildfires in California, where hillsides were left with crops of grass that turns into fuel for the fires.
An aircraft drops retardant over burning embers and small fires on top of a mountain in Fillmore, California on December 8, 2017, on the easter edge of the Thomas Fire in Ventura County.
The La Tuna Canyon fire burns in the hills above Burbank, Calif., early Sept. 2, 2017. The brush fire which quickly burned 2,000 acres started on Sept. 1 and was being driven by heat wave ...
The October 2017 Northern California wildfires, also known as the Northern California firestorm, were a series of 250 wildfires that started burning across the state of California, United States, beginning in early October. Twenty-one became major fires that burned at least 245,000 acres (99,148 ha).
The Creek Fire in northern Los Angeles, near the neighborhoods of Sylmar, San Fernando and Lake View Terrace, continued to burn on Thursday. The fire has grown to more than 12,000 acres in two days.