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Evacuation Orders Lifted in Sunland and Tujunga

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Los Angeles officials have lifted evacuation orders for most all city residents in the Sunland and Tujunga neighborhoods of the Northeast Valley. Only one home is still under mandatory evacuation orders.

Areas affected by orders were Zachaou Canyon, Rowley Canyon, Blue Gum Canyon, Haynes Canyon, Thundering Hooves Ranch, Rancho, Ybarra, and Blanchard Canyon.

Residents can continue to call (323) 441-1187 or (323) 441-1188 to be updated on the latest information.

As for county areas, some portions of La Crescenta and La Cañada Flintridge have had orders lifted, said the LA Times. Acton residents are expected to be let back into their homes later today.

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