20,000 residents flee California wildfire
- Sand Fire flames in the Santa Clarita area have torched more than 33,000 acres by Monday morning, and officials said they expect that number to grow.
The raging fire destroyed 18 structures in its path in the areas of Sand Canyon, Bear Divide and Little Tujunga, and was threatening thousands of others. The destructive blaze amounts to nearly 51 square miles.
Evacuations in Acton include homes along Agua Dulce Canyon Road north to the 14 Freeway, Crown Valley north to the 14 Freeway, and all of Soledad Canyon and Bootlegger Canyon, Los Angeles County fire officials said.(Excerpt) Read more at: abc7.com ...
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