After four days, the Lake Fire remains at about 800 acres burned as of Tuesday afternoon, fire officials said.
The brush fire raged from the banks of Castaic Lake into to the Angeles National Forest, and is now about 78 percent contained, with “mop-up” being performed to put out the remaining flames.
The brush fire near Castaic Lake, dubbed the Lake Fire, was holding at about 1,000 acres burned as of Sunday morning, according to an Angeles National Forest official.
Some fire resources were dismissed as of 9 a.m. Sunday, but more due to access concerns for vehicles and a reduced need for structure...
Angeles National Forest officials report the Lake Fire in Castaic is about 60 percent contained as of late Monday morning.
“Things are looking good,” said Nathan Judy, spokesman for the Angeles National Forest. “We haven’t had any active fire spots since Saturday night, just some smoldering...
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