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Most Evacuation Orders Lifted in the Crescenta-Cañada Valley Areas

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"The City of La Canada Flintridge advises that evacuation orders were lifted at noon for most of the evacuated area in the Station Fire area, including the area from Arroyo Seco on the east to Angeles Crest Highway, and then continuing west to Palm Drive. Evacuation orders are still in effect for the portion of La Canada Flintridge west of Palm Drive and north of Olive Lane," reports KTLA. The threat of the fire seems to have subsided from several portions of the area, although the fire has not grown smaller, but rather moved to the northwest, and is now burning within 3 miles of Acton.