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Sepulveda Pass Fire: 90% Contained, FD Working on Hotspots

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The Getty Center museum will remain closed today after a fire that began yesterday afternoon consumed 80 acres in the area. Sepulveda Boulevard was still shut down this morning as well as two freeway off-ramps. 90% of of the blaze has been contained while fire crews work on various hotspots throughout the area. Only one firefighter sustained minor injuries to his foot and no structures have been damaged. As the fire continues, more updates will be posted at this link.

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