Multiple fires across southern California continue to threaten homes and structures. This following information provides an up-to-date look at the current fires.
The Thomas fire is currently at 173,000 acres and 15% contained north of Santa Paula in Ventura County.
The Creek fire is at 15,619 acres and 85% contained. All evacuation orders were lifted at 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7, except for the Limekiln Canyon neighborhood. The Shadow Hills area north of Sunset Blvd., Ebey Canyon and Doane Canyon are open to residents only. T
he Rye fire is 6,049 acres and 90% contained. All evacuation for this fire have been lifted.
The Skirball fire is 475 acres with 50% containment. More than 700 homes in a 3.2-square-mile area were initially evacuated, though many residents have since been permitted to return.
The Lilac Fire is now at 4,100 acres and 60% contained in San Diego County. Everything within the area bound by West Lilac Road, Interstate 15, Gopher Canyon Road and East Vista Way has been evacuated. Residents were also evacuated from the Oceanside area bordered by Burma Road, Wilshire Road, North River Road and South Mission Avenue.
The Liberty fire is now 100% contained at 300 acres.
The Riverdale fire is now 100% contained at 40 acres.
The Meyers fire is now 100% contained at 34 acres.
The Little Mountain fire is now 100% contained at 260 acres.
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