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Bobcat Fire Surpasses 41K Acres, Containment Decreases
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Bobcat Fire Surpasses 41K Acres, Containment Decreases

The Bobcat Fire was very active on both the north and south ends Monday and is now at 41,231 acres with 3% containment. Firefighters worked overnight with a focus on protecting Mount Wilson and foothill communities. Tuesday’s primary focus remains at keeping the fire from reaching Mount Wilson and the foothill communities. A secondary priority…

Some L.A. County COVID-19 Testing Sites Close Due to Unhealthy Air Quality
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Some L.A. County COVID-19 Testing Sites Close Due to Unhealthy Air Quality

Originally posted Sept. 10 at noon / Updated Sept. 11 at 3:20 p.m. Due to safety concerns from the unhealthy air quality in smoke-impacted regions across L.A. County, the following L.A. County COVID-19 testing sites will be closed through the weekend: The following testing sites are closed Sept. 11: California State University, Los Angeles (Los Angeles)….

Bobcat Fire Breaches Monrovia City Limits, Grows to Over 26K Acres
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Bobcat Fire Breaches Monrovia City Limits, Grows to Over 26K Acres

The Bobcat Fire has grown to 26,368 acres with 6% containment. According to the incident overview, 540 firefighting personnel continue to aggressively attack the fire burning at high elevations, in areas that have not burned in many years. The fire crossed Monrovia city limits Friday afternoon but has not yet reached Monrovia Canyon Park, according…

Some L.A. County Parks Close to Poor Air Quality Caused by Fires
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Some L.A. County Parks Close to Poor Air Quality Caused by Fires

The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation (L.A. County Parks) is temporarily closing several park locations, programming, and amenities and canceling specific programming through the weekend due to poor air quality caused by the Bobcat Fire and the El Dorado Fire. L.A. County Parks will access conditions daily before reopening these facilities. Reopening…

City of Pasadena Continues to Monitor Bobcat Fire
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City of Pasadena Continues to Monitor Bobcat Fire

The City of Pasadena continues to closely monitor the Bobcat Fire in Angeles National Forest. Wednesday, winds pushed the fire to the east across Highway 39. On the west side near the West Fork drainage, the fire is making its way into an old burn scar creating less intense fire behavior for fire crews. As of Thursday…

Bobcat Fire Grows and Evacuation Warnings Expand
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Bobcat Fire Grows and Evacuation Warnings Expand

The Unified Incident Command of the Angeles National Forest, Los Angeles County Fire Department, Monrovia Fire Department and the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department directed the residents of Duarte, Bradbury, Monrovia, Arcadia, Sierra Madre, Pasadena and Altadena below the Bobcat Fire to prepare to evacuate, as the fire continued to grow rapidly Tuesday night. The evacuation…

Unhealthy Air Quality Declared Due to Bobcat Fire Smoke
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Unhealthy Air Quality Declared Due to Bobcat Fire Smoke

According to the South Coast Air Quality Management District, smoke from the Bobcat Fire burning in the region has caused unhealthy air quality in the following areas: East San Gabriel Valley. West San Gabriel Valley. South San Gabriel Valley. Pomona-Walnut Valley. San Gabriel Mountains. Central Los Angeles Area. Southeast L.A. County. South Central L.A. County. “It…

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