LOS ANGELES — (WLNS) — Dry vegetation fueled three wildfires near Los Angeles as warnings are raised today of new fires erupting.
A huge forest fire that prompted evacuations north of Los Angeles was just 12% contained.
It has threatened more than 54,000 homes and burned more than 17 square miles.
There was no containment of a blaze that burned above the Los Angeles suburb of Asuza.
It burned 4 miles so far.
While a third blaze dangerously came close to a neighborhood in the city of Corona, it burned about 5,000 acres before crews got it under control.