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Map of Evacuated Wildfire Areas in City

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Map of evacuated areas within city limits of Los Angeles | Click here to zoom in, etc

As the Marek/Little Tujunga Fire expanded to 3,200 acres last night, 1200 residents are now evacuated. The Los Angeles Fire Department launched this map showing the evacuated areas within city limits. Additionally the 210 Freeway is closed between the 118 and 5 freeways as well as four schools. A count of structures burned is unknown at this time, but one LA County Inspector told the LA Times that he could see buildings in a mobile home park and industrial structures burning from a distance.

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