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LOS ANGELES COUNTY WILDFIRE INFORMATION
Most structural destruction by the Bobcat Fire occurred in the Juniper Hills area in the Antelope Valley. From L.A. County Sheriff Twitter.
The last significant wildfire in Los Angeles County, the Bobcat Fire, burned an area that was nearly as large as the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. The wildfire, having burned from September 6, 2020, through late October, ranked as the second largest in the history of Los Angeles County wildfires and tenth most destructive. It burned 115,796 acres (mostly within the Angeles National Forest) and destroyed 170 structures, including 87 residences.
Bobcat Fire burn area within the greater Los Angeles area. From InciWeb-Incident Information System.
Source: InciWeb - Incident Information System and Angeles National Forest.
Firefighters holding the Bobcat Fire along a road in the Angeles National Forest, Sep. 14. Photo from the InciWeb - Incident Information System.