It was a dreadful day in Southern California. It was a better day in Southern California.
While dozens of people confronted the loss of homes, tens of thousands remained under evacuation orders, and more than 5,000 tired firefighters continued to battle four wildfires in Southern California on Thursday, many residents breathed sighs of relief that the fires in Los Angeles and Ventura were increasingly contained and no new ones had taken hold.
Residents went to bed Wednesday fearful that Thursday would be the worst of the four days of conflagration, with Santa Ana winds forecast to gust up to 90 mph in [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register