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LOS ANGELES COUNTY WILDFIRE INFORMATION

Los Angeles County Wildfires, 2020

Los Angeles County's Current Significant Wildfires. Los Angeles Almanac map.


MARTINDALE FIRE

Martindale Fire, Los Angeles County, 2020

Martindale Fire in Bouquet Canyon area, Sep. 28. From Angeles National Forest Twitter.

MARTINDALE FIRE (as of Sep. 29, 5:00 pm - no updates since): 230 acres are reported burned and the fire was last reported to be 40% contained. The fire was first reported on Monday, September 28, at 2:51 p.m., 34577 Bouquet Canyon Road, north of Santa Clarita in Northern Los Angeles County.

Martindale Fire, Los Angeles County, 2020

Martindale Fire burn area in Northern Los Angeles County. From InciWeb-Incident Information System.



BOBCAT FIRE

Bobcat Fire, Los Angeles County, 2020

Most structural destruction by the Bobcat Fire occurred in the Juniper Hills area in the Antelope Valley. From L.A. County Sheriff Twitter.

The Bobcat Fire has burned an area that is nearly as large as the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. The wildfire now ranks as the second largest in the history of Los Angeles County wildfires.


BOBCAT FIRE (as of Sep. 30, 11:00 am): 114,438 acres are reported burned and the fire was last reported to be 63% contained. At least 52 structures are reported destroyed (all, if not most in the Antelope Valley foothills), according to one news source, including the Devil's Punchbowl Nature Center. The fire was first reported on Sunday, September 6, at 12:21 p.m., near the Cogswell Dam and West Fork Day Use area, north of Monrovia and Duarte.

Bobcat Fire, Los Angeles County, 2020

Bobcat Fire burn area within the greater Los Angeles area. From InciWeb-Incident Information System.



Bobcat Fire Topo Map, Los Angeles County, 2020

Topographic Map showing Bobcat Fire burn area, Sep. 30.
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Bobcat Fire Water-Dropping Helicopter, Los Angeles County, 2020

Watch video: Water-dropping "crane" helicopter resupplies from a water bucket to fight the Bobcat Fire.


Bobcat Fire Heat Map, Los Angeles County, 2020

Bobcat Fire heat map, Sep. 30.
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Bobcat Fire Progression Map, Los Angeles County, 2020

Bobcat Fire progression map, through Sep. 27.
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Bobcat Fire Story Map, Los Angeles County, 2020
Bobcat Fire Story Map


Source: InciWeb - Incident Information System and Angeles National Forest.


Bobcat Fire, Los Angeles County, 2020

Firefighters holding the Bobcat Fire along a road in the Angeles National Forest, Sep. 14. Photo from the InciWeb - Incident Information System.