Santa Ana winds that drove flames through two Southern California regions have expired but fires that destroyed dozens of houses continue to rage.
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A blaze in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles was just 13% comprised Saturday after ruining 13 buildings. 1 man who’d attempted to fight the blaze died of a heart attack.
The fast-moving fire is keeping tens of thousands of individuals from returning to their homes until officials are convinced it is safe.
The fire broke out Thursday, just hours after flaming garbage in a garbage truck sparked a second wind-whipped blaze that ravaged a mobile park in Calimesa, east of downtown Los Angeles.
Many residents of the park were unaccounted for and the household of an 89-year old girl says they fear she died when her home burned.
Dazio reported from Los Angeles and Calimesa. Associated Press writers Amy Taxin in Calimesa and John Antczak and Beth Harris in Los Angeles contributed.