Multiple fires are raging in Southern California. A series of Santa Ana wind-driven wildfires have destroyed hundreds of structures, forced thousands to flee and smothered the region with smoke in what officials predicted would be a pitched battle for days.
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Thomas fire (Ventura and Santa Barbara counties)
Size: 242,500 acres Containment: 30%
Evacuations: For the communities of Carpinteria, Montecito and Santa Barbara County from east at Mission Canyon Road to west from SR-150, and north of SR-192 to East Camino Cielo. Ventura: North of Foothill Road from Cobble Road to Kimball Road. Unincorporated Ventura County: Residents and day visitors of Rose Valley Residents of Matilija Canyon. Ventura County North Coast area: Boundary of Hwy 33 on the north to Casitas Vista Road, northwest to Hwy 150, Hwy 150 (CasitasPassRoad) west to US 101 and south on US 101 (including Pacific Coast Highway) to Emma Wood State Beach. Unincorporated areas of Fillmore: Sespe Creek to the west, Burson Ranch to the east, Fillmore City limits to the south, and Los Padres National Forest boundary to the north
Evacuation orders have been lifted for Santa Paula and Ventura City, except for neighborhoods north of Foothill Road from Day Road to Kimball Road.
Damage: 972 structures have been destroyed, including 729 single-family homes, two multi-family residences and 20 commercial or mixed-use properties. 212 structures have been damaged, and 18,000 are threatened.
*As of 10:02 a.m., Thursday
Lilac fire (San Diego County)
Size: 4,100 acres Containment: 97%
Evacuations: Lifted, though the Rancho Monserate Country Club and the 5200 and 5800 blocks of Olive Hill Road are open to residents only.
Damage: At least 157 structures have been destroyed, including a number of mobile homes, and an additional 64 structures have been damaged.
*As of 7:27 a.m., Thursday
Skirball fire (Bel-Air)
Size: 422 acres Containment: 85%
Damage: Six structures have been destroyed and another 12 were damaged.
*As of 8 p.m. Monday
Creek fire (Sylmar)
Size: 15,619 acres Containment: 98%
Damage: At least 60 residences and 63 other structures have been destroyed, and 55 residences and 26 other structures have been damaged. An additional 2,500 structures are threatened.
*As of 6 a.m. Wednesday
Rye fire (Santa Clarita)
Size: 6,049 acres Containment: 100%
Damage: Six structures have been destroyed; three have been damaged.
*As of 6:50 p.m. Tuesday
Liberty fire (Riverside County)
Size: 300 acres Containment: 100%
Damage: One structure and six outbuildings were destroyed.
*As of 5 p.m. Sunday