Stirball Fire Causes Traffic Jam Along 405 Freeway Near Bel Air

StoryfulWeatherPublished: December 6, 2017
Published: December 6, 2017

Interstate 405 was closed in both directions and mandatory evacuations were ordered on Wednesday, December 6, after the Stirball Fire ignited near Bel Air, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California. By 8 am Wednesday, the fire had grown to 50 acres and several homes in Bel Air were caught in it, according to the Los Angeles Times. Fire officials told reporters the fire was being fueled by 25 mph Santa Ana winds, and “would likely grow.” Credit: Instagram/sweet_boxers via Storyful

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