Multiple structures burned, as brush fire in southern California grows over 10,000 acres >>>Updated<<<

Last Updated 2 months by Devontae Jackson

KTLA in Los Angles reports more than 1,000 firefighters worked to fight this brush fire from overnight. The fire occurred in the Lake Hughes area in the Angeles National Park. Firefighters worked from the ground and in the air to fight this fire. 3 structures were destroyed in the fire. A shelter has been set up for people and small animals at Highland Highschool in Palmdale, CA. Large animals can be taken to the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds.

Crews worked to evacuate hundreds yesterday and closed off many roads. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time. It is reported the fire is still 0% contained at of 7 AM PT.

Author: Devontae Jackson

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