(Ventura, CA) — Three major wildfires continue to rage in California. Strong Santa Ana winds are fanning the flames of the Woolsey Fire raging in L.A. and Ventura counties. Firefighters say they don’t expect to catch a break from mother nature before midweek. The massive Woosley Fire has blackened 35-thousand acres and is zero percent contained. Nearly a-quarter-million people have been forced to flee and some 150 homes have burned down. There is some good news about the Hill Fire, which is now 15 percent contained. Gusty Santa Ana winds have fanned two massive wildfires in Southern California and a deadly wildfire north of Sacramento.
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