Timelapse Shows Smoke Rise From Santa Clarita Brush Fire

StoryfulPublished: June 28, 2017
Published: June 28, 2017

A massive brush fire stood at 22,000 acres on Sunday, July 24, two days after it started in Santa Clarita, California. Mandatory evacuation orders were expanded to other areas on Sunday after winds blew the so-called Sand Fire towards the Antelope Valley. The change of wind direction also halted Sand Canyon residents’ plan to return home, according to Los Angeles County Fire Department. The fire has destroyed at least 18 homes.This timelapse video shows smoke billowing from the fire.

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