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Woolsey Fire Soars to 70,000 Acres

2018-11-11 18:48
The massive Woolsey fire raging in Malibu, California has expanded to 70,000 acres (109 sq. mi.). More than 200,000 people have been under mandatory evacuation orders. No reporter narration. The massive Woolsey fire raging in Malibu, California has expanded to 70,000 acres (109 sq. mi.), Cal Fire reported in the early hours of Saturday (November 10) morning. The fire remains at 0% containment. The sheriff's office confirmed two people were found dead in Malibu Friday (November 9) at 4:45 p.m. on the 33000 block of Mulholland Highway, though the cause of death has not been released. More than 200,000 people have been under mandatory evacuation orders, including the entire city of Malibu, and at least 150 homes have burned between the Woolsey fire and nearby Hill fire. The Hill fire, at 4,531 acres, is 25% contained and has stopped advancing.