Wildfire burns 2,000 acres, forces hundreds of evacuations in California (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Saturday, September 2, 2017
By Paul Martin

2 Sep, 2017

A ferocious bushfire near Los Angeles has spread across thousands of acres, prompting the mandatory evacuations of hundreds of homes in Burbank, California.

Burbank police announced mandatory evacuations of residents in the Brace Canyon Park area after the surrounding Verdugo Mountains caught fire at about 1:30pm on Friday afternoon.

Around 10 hours later, the LAFD said strong gusting winds meant the fire was erratic and unpredictable, leaving officials “unable to give a firm prediction on all areas potentially at risk”.

“The LaTunaFire is burning in 4 different directions to include down over the hills towards Burbank as well as north through the canyons above the 210 freeway,” read a statement from the LAFD released late Friday night.

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One Response to “Wildfire burns 2,000 acres, forces hundreds of evacuations in California (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)”

  1. Bingo

    They need that carbon and dust to create the hurricanes. Hedge your bets on Irma now.


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