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SoCal Fires Update October 15

Posted by feww on October 15, 2008

California: Playing with fire!

“Once again, we are facing the perfect storm of high winds, low humidity and high heat,” said Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Wildfires have consumed 26,000 acres and 64 structures [and many mobile homes] from Los Angeles to the Mexican border in the last few days, Schwarzenegger said.


[This bag and my son is all I ever needed!] – Maria Ramirez runs through a police closure to get her son from their home as the Marek fire threatens houses in Lake View Terrace. October 13, 2008. Photo: Al Seib/Los Angeles Times. Image may be subject to copyright.

  • Marek fire was more than 50% contained.
  • Sesnon fire, doubled in size overnight to about 10,000 acres, is still burning in a southwesterly direction.
  • Villaraigosa signed a local emergency declaration to receive state and federal disaster assistance.


The Sky Terrace Mobile Lodge in the northeast San Fernando Valley suffered significant damage to residences and structure from the Marek fire. October 13, 2008. Photo: Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times.
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