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Track key details of the California wildfires

Woolsey fire
Flames rage on Churchwood Drive as the Woolsey fire tears through Oak Park.
(Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)

Two major fires are raging in 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. Three deaths have been reported, and scores of residents have been evacuated.

The Camp fire in Northern California’s Butte County has left 79 people dead and destroyed more than 15,800 structures. It’s the state’s deadliest and most destructive fire.

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

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WOOLSEY FIRE

Los Angeles and Ventura counties

Size: 96,949 acres

Containment: 98%

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Damage: Three people have died, and an estimated 1,500 structures have been destroyed.

Most areas have been repopulated. See the latest orders at CalFire.ca.gov.

Information current as of 9 p.m. Tuesday.

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(Los Angeles Times Graphics)

CAMP FIRE

Butte County

Size: 152,250 acres

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Containment: 75%

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

Damage: At least 81 people have died and 870 remain missing. At least 17,148 structures have been destroyed; an additional 5,100 are threatened.

Information current as of 9 p.m. Tuesday.

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