The worst in LA’s history

13 Sep The worst in LA’s history

As wildfires continue to rage over several southern states in America a blaze that torched homes in Los Angeles has been labelled ‘the worst’ in city’s history.

The fire started in the La Tuna canyon on the edge of America’s second largest city and spread over 5,000 acres of thick brush.

While 500 firefighters tried to battle the flames more than 700 homes had to be evacuated and a state of emergency declared because the fire made the air nearby unhealth to breathe.

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