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Mateo H Oct 26
So what’s the deal with the Fire? It looks like there is active fire again...
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Kira Durbin Oct 27
Just pointing out the is STILL BURNING
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M. Bahrami 21h
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Traci Shoblom Oct 26
any idea what fire this is from? I’m in near the
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Grimeyhoe Oct 26
rabbits birds deer birds fleeing the fires
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Angeles_NF Oct 21
Over the last couple of days, crews were successful in bringing containment of the to 95%. Please use caution when traveling in the Mt. Wilson area as your firefighters are still working to repair and mop-up in that area.
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Cougar Conservancy 4h
Remember the that was badly burned by the ? This week-- a successful rescue, rehabilitation, and release of a wild cougar in California. I'm not crying, you're crying. 🧅 Watch:
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Reggie Wilkins Oct 25
I'm feeling a lot better about things as the really thinned out the local fuels. Eaton Canyon wasn't too long ago either.
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Angeles_NF Oct 22
While the burned many areas of the , many beautiful areas remain untouched. This is due to the dedicated and outstanding work of your , , and other partner agencies. 👇Crystal Lake 👇 Buckhorn Campground
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Angeles_NF Oct 26
Due to the high winds and , residents in the foothill communities of the San Gabriel Mtns. might see some ash or dust from the . The fire is 95% contained and poses no immediate threat.
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Patty Van Zant Oct 27
Replying to @ECMcLaughlin
My heart goes out to you. Just survived the for a month & had a flare up yesterday. Hopefully aircraft can fly today, firefighters have done an amazing job so far, no homes lost. Stay safe 🙏🏼
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Steven Johnson Oct 26
Replying to @spookybear615
That must be the ...
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Maxwell Ogden Oct 26
do you have any information about the flare-up seen here?
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Betty C. Jung Oct 19
October 19, 2020 10:36 PM EDT CAL FIRE Final - no longer reporting.
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John Lloyd Oct 26
The Santa Ana winds in the SGV foothills are really kicking up a lot of dust and ash from the .
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Matt Hartman Oct 26
Replying to @ShorealoneFilms
and also probably some ash in the mix ...
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Sandra A. García Oct 26
Woke up to ash everywhere in More so than when was less contained.
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Jessica💜 Oct 26
Their equipment is also suspected of starting the if I remember correctly.
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Angeles_NF Oct 21
Over the coming months, the Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team will ensure that sites like Little Jimmy Trail Camp will be "setup" for successful restoration. They'll accomplish this through removal of hazard trees and decreasing the potential for erosion
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Susan A. Kitchens Oct 21
Some cabins in Santa Anita canyon did not survive . Some cabins DID make it. Area still dangerous. So far, as can be told, 17 cabins burned. 1 bunk house in Sturtevant Camp (rentals) burned ~20 min audio KPCC Interview w 3 ppl.
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