The East of Los Angles, Southern California has been wrapped in wildfire, this important event starts when people saw the blaze About 10:30 AM Tuesday. The wild fire burned thousands of acre and approx 175 homes has been destroyed and around hundreds of homes were threatened by the wildfire in the east Los Angles.
The wildfire, named the Bluecut Fire, started blaze in east of Los Angeles in the Cajon Pass (a mountain pass between the San Bernardino Mountains and the San Gabriel Mountains) and spread rapidly in dry and hot conditions. The area is calculated about 70 miles east of Los Angeles
About 34,500 homes affected in evacuation orders and around 82,000 residents in San Bernardino County are under a mandatory evacuation order because of the fast-growing wildfire, a Cal Fire spokesman said.
In a very short time of 10 hours after the fire igniting, a Southern California wildfire, burning uncontrollably, has engulfed 15,000 acres and which affect Cajon Pass, Lytle Creek, Wrightwood, Oak Hills and surrounding areas. Seven hundred firefighters have been sent to the area.
Firefighters implored residents to evacuate, saying that refusing to do so puts their lives and other people’s lives at risk. The growth was explosive, San Bernardino County fire spokesman Eric Sherwin said. Officials are working with Arial Firefighting Tech to stop this fire.
A resident told that she was there when the flames were all around and thousands of people flee from the fire. She said that “We had to keep the windows up because we couldn’t breathe. The smoke was so thick, and as soon as the smoke cleared, we could see that everything was gone,” Crystal Armstrong, who lost her home in the fire.