Woolsey Fire Chars 109 Square Miles as Destructive Fire Continues to Burn for 3rd Day in L.A., Ventura Counties

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The Woolsey Fire that started east of Simi Valley on Thursday and moved toward Los Angeles County on Saturday has burned 70,000 acres, or 109 square miles, Cal Fire said. Calming winds were in the forecast as the fire continued to burn toward the ocean, but gusts could still blow fire into homes, Cal Fire spokesman Lucas Spelman told KTLA. About 3,500 people were under mandatory evacuation, Spelman said. Spelman advised the public to stay indoors. Meanwhile, the acreage for...

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