How to keep your dog safe during a wildfire in the highlands
A wildfire in Wyoming is burning hot and burning fast, and there are reports of a large fire burning through a rural region in northern California.
The fires are in high mountains and high elevations near Los Angeles County, which has more than 3 million residents.
The flames are burning near a ranch near Los Altos, about 60 miles east of Los Angeles.
The fire is still burning and there is no estimate of the size of the blaze, but it’s expected to grow to more than 1,000 acres, the Los Angeles Times reports.
There is a lot of water, so the fire is growing, and we don’t know how big it will be.
It’s going to take a while to figure out exactly how big the fire will be, but there is concern it could be catastrophic.
In an article posted on the local Fox affiliate, KTLA, an investigator was told that a small ranch fire that started a few days ago is burning through large swaths of the high country and is burning in the hills near a remote cabin in the remote canyon town of La Mesa.
The sheriff’s office reported that some residents have been evacuating their homes and businesses, while others have left their homes to get out of harm’s way.
The area has not been declared disaster-free, but officials have been warning residents to stay at least 150 feet away from the fire.
The LA Times also reported that the area has been experiencing strong winds, which are likely to cause significant smoke and debris.
There are several large trees burning near the fire and residents are urging residents to check their own property for smoke and any possible hazards.