La Tuna Fire

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The La Tuna Fire was a wildfire that started on September 1, 2017, and burned 7194 acres through the Verdugo Mountains in Los Angeles, California.wikipedia
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The La Tuna Fire was a wildfire that started on September 1, 2017, and burned 7194 acres through the Verdugo Mountains in Los Angeles, California.
In September, 2017, the La Tuna fire started north of the Verdugos, jumping Interstate 210 forcing the closure of it, burning both the north and south face of the ranges.

2018 Southern California mudflows

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Parts of Burbank and Sun Valley, previously affected by the La Tuna Fire in 2017, received 4 in of rain and were evacuated ahead of potential mudslides.

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The La Tuna Fire was a wildfire that started on September 1, 2017, and burned 7194 acres through the Verdugo Mountains in Los Angeles, California.

Los Angeles

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The La Tuna Fire was a wildfire that started on September 1, 2017, and burned 7194 acres through the Verdugo Mountains in Los Angeles, California.

Sun Valley, Los Angeles

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Reported in the mid-afternoon of Friday, September 1, on the 10800 block of West La Tuna Canyon Road in Sun Valley, the La Tuna Fire immediately burned north towards Interstate 210, forcing its complete closure.

Interstate 210 and State Route 210 (California)

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Reported in the mid-afternoon of Friday, September 1, on the 10800 block of West La Tuna Canyon Road in Sun Valley, the La Tuna Fire immediately burned north towards Interstate 210, forcing its complete closure.

Eric Garcetti

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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared it a local emergency and called on Governor Jerry Brown to declare a further state of emergency.

Jerry Brown

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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared it a local emergency and called on Governor Jerry Brown to declare a further state of emergency.

Burbank, California

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On Saturday, September 2, the fire endangered homes in Burbank, Glendale and Sunland-Tujunga.

Glendale, California

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On Saturday, September 2, the fire endangered homes in Burbank, Glendale and Sunland-Tujunga.

Sunland-Tujunga, Los Angeles

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On Saturday, September 2, the fire endangered homes in Burbank, Glendale and Sunland-Tujunga.

December 2017 Southern California wildfires

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