From The New York Times:
A fire tore through Southern California overnight into Friday, forcing mandatory evacuations for more than 100,000 homes and setting homes ablaze, just as power was being restored to hundreds of thousands of Northern Californians.
The Saddleridge fire was burning more than 4,000 acres in northwest Los Angeles as of Friday morning, according to the city’s Fire Department. The fire was zero percent contained, the department said, and evacuation orders stretched to the border of Ventura County. Video aired by local television stations showed flames being blown along rooftops in Porter Ranch, about 10 miles from the fire’s origin. The Fire Department reported that at least one commercial building had burned down and that two shelters, in Granada Hills and in Chatsworth, had filled to capacity. No injuries had been reported. About half a dozen city schools were closed.
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