Burned Out Cars Left in the Ruins of La Tuna Wildfire

StoryfulNewsPublished: September 4, 2017
Published: September 4, 2017

Improved weather conditions in Burbank, California, on September 4 allowed firefighters to make “big gains” in controlling the La Tuna wildfire, said Los Angeles Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas. The 7,000-acre fire was 30 percent contained as of Monday morning. The blaze, which broke out Friday, is now Los Angeles’ largest-ever fire, according to NBC. Rain, rising humidity and lower wind speeds gave firefighters tackling what has been declared the worst wildfire in the history of Los Angeles a helping hand on Monday. This video shows some of the significant damage caused by the fire, with burned terrain, cars, and home appliances are visible. Credit: Instagram/iamadrianayanez via Storyful

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