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2 Large Areas of LA Co. Ordered to Evacuate 'Sayre' Fire Zone

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This map shows the two major evacuation areas in Los Angeles as of 6 a.m. Saturday, November 15th | Map via LAFD Blog

Per the LAFD Blog: Los Angeles Fire Department has established an formal evacuation order in the following areas.

Area #1 - North of the 210 Freeway, Between Hubbard St. and the 5 freeway. Area #2 - North of 118 Freeway between Reseda Bl. and Balboa Bl. north to the Los Angeles County border.

Evacuation Centers are set up at Sylmar, San Fernando, Kennedy, and Chatsworth High Schools.
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The LAFD explains that "any resident in the immediate path of a wildfire should calmly prepare for evacuation and follow the lawful orders of uniformed public safety officials," and add that it may be helpful to citizens and the authorities for people in the affected areas to conduct "an orderly self-evacuation prior to the issuance of official warnings." When formal evacuation orders are issued they are often "provided door-to-door or via loudspeaker" and people who reside "in high danger areas should remain vigilant for contact or announcements." People living adjacent or near the threatened and/or burning areas are encouraged to keep an eye on local news, and may find KFWB 980 am and KNX 1070 am the most beneficial for up-to-the-minute information on the fire.
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