Wildfire Near LA Destroys Homes, Forces Evacuations

Nature World: A wildfire that broke out Thursday morning in a national forest roughly 40 miles east of downtown Los Angeles has destroyed more than 1,700 homes and forced the evacuation of dozens of residents. Three people have been arrested in connection to the fire that ignited in the Angeles National Forest, according to the Los Angeles Times. According to the Times, arson investigators were at the scene of the blaze, which had already destroyed at least two homes by 11 a.m. - roughly five hours after......

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