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Los Angeles: Forest fires spreads 80 hectares,1300 residents evacuated


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More forest fires broke out near Los Angeles Thursday, destroying more homes and forcing more residents to evacuate.

The Hillside Fire spread to an area of ​​80 hectares and began destroying homes near a hillside in San Bernardino, east of Los Angeles, according to the San Bernardino Fire Department.

At least six homes were damaged or destroyed and about 1,300 residents were evacuated.

A helicopter and a small aircraft also sprayed water and fire extinguishers, according to fire department spokesman Chris Prater. A small forest fire was also reported in Jurupa Valley.

“Most likely the wind is the biggest factor that worsens the fire,” he said.

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