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Track key details of the California wildfires

Track key details of the California wildfires
Homes in Seminole Springs Mobilehome Park on Mulholland Drive in Agoura Hills destroyed by the Woolsey Fire. Nearly 200 of the 270 homes in Seminole Springs were destroyed. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Three major fires are raging throughout California, forcing evacuations and leaving a destructive path.

The Woolsey fire has ravaged parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties, including Malibu, Westlake Village and Thousand Oaks while pushing into the San Fernando Valley. Two deaths have been reported, and scores of residents have been evacuated.

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The Hill fire has pushed through canyons to the edge of Camarillo Springs and Cal State Channel Islands, burning more than 4,000 acres. Firefighters expect full containment by Thursday.

(L.A. Times Graphics)

The Camp fire in Northern California’s Butte County has left 42 people dead and destroyed more than 6,700 structures. It's the state's deadliest and most destructive fire.

Here are the latest maps and key statistics on acreage, containment, damage and evacuations. For live coverage from reporters on the ground, visit our liveblog.

sources: Cal Fire, Nextzen, OpenStreetMap
sources: Cal Fire, Nextzen, OpenStreetMap (L.A. Times Graphics)

WOOLSEY FIRE

Los Angeles and Ventura counties

Size: 96,314 acres

Containment: 35%

Damage: Two people have died. At least 435 structures have been destroyed, and 57,000 are threatened.

Evacuations: Malibu, Hidden Hills, Topanga, Monte Nido, Malibu Lake, Calabasas, Westlake Village south of the 101 Freeway and Agoura Hills, south of Agoura Road from Chesebro to Lindero Canyon. The area east of Las Posas Road and south of Portrero Road to Pacific Coast Highway and the Ventura/L.A. county line also remain under mandatory evacuation. See the latest evacuation orders at CalFire.ca.gov.

Information current as of 7:48 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13.

HILL FIRE

Ventura County

Size: 4,531 acres

Containment: 90%

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Damage: Two structures have been destroyed.

Evacuations: Most mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted. For the latest, see CalFire.ca.gov.

Information current as of 7:56 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13.

(L.A. Times Graphics)

CAMP FIRE

Butte County

Size: 125,000 acres

Containment: 30%

Evacuations: Paradise, Magalia, Concow, Pulga, Butte Creek Canyon and Butte Valley. See the latest evacuation orders at CalFire.ca.gov.

Damage: 42 people have died and hundreds remain missing. At least 6,522 homes and 260 commercial structures have been destroyed, and an additional 15,500 structures are threatened.

Information current as of 7:24 a.m. Monday, Nov. 13.

Nov. 11, 7:55 a.m.: This article was updated with the most recent figures for the Camp, Woolsey and Hill fires.

Nov. 12, 8 p.m.: This article was updated with the most recent figures for the Camp, Woolsey and Hill fires.

Nov. 12, 10 a.m.: This article was updated with the most recent acreage and containment figures for the Camp, Woolsey and Hill fires.

9:15 p.m.: This article was updated with the latest acreage and containment figures for each of the fires.

9:10 p.m.: This article was updated to report an increase in confinement of the Hill fire, and that two structures were destroyed.

8:45 p.m.: This article was updated to increase the number of structures destroyed or threatened by the Woolsey fire.

8:25 p.m.: This article was updated with the most recent acreage and containment figures for the Woolsey and Hill fires.

8:10 p.m.: This article was updated to report an increase in acreage burned by the Woolsey and Camp fires.

7:20 p.m.: This article was updated with the latest evacuations due to the Woolsey fire and an increase in acreage burned by the Camp fire.

6:55 p.m.: This article was updated to report more deaths in connection with the Camp fire.

6:35 p.m.: This article was updated to report more deaths and missing people in connection with the Camp fire.

5:15 p.m.: This article was updated with the latest Camp fire perimeter.

This article was originally published on Nov. 11 at 4:15 p.m.

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