Brush Fire Burns Homes in Santa Clarita

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Adam Hoggatt
Adam Hoggatt provided this image of the Sand Fire as seen July 22, 2016 from Canyon Country.
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Olivia Fertig
Olivia Fertig provided this photo of a smokey beach day Saturday July 23, 2016 at Santa Monica Pier.
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Rick Quorp
Rick Quorp sent us this photo of a flower in the Walker Ranch burn area Monday July 25, 2016.
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Justin Berrington
Justin Berrington sent us this photo of the Sand fire July 25, 2016 from Canyon Country Park.
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Antonio Rodriguez
Antonio Rodriguez sent us this photo July 25, 2016 of smoke from the Sand fire at the beach.
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Glenn Koger
Glenn Koger sent us this photo July 25, 2016 of the brush fire in the Santa Clarita Valley.
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mrmikeca
This this photo from Mulholland Drive, just east of Woodcliff, show the Sand Fire July 25, 2016 in the Santa Clarita Valley.
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Guy Erdman
Guy Erdman provided this image Sunday July 25, 2016 of Sand fire smoke as seen during his plane trip.
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Ed Peredo
Ed Peredo provided this image of smoke from the Sand Fire as his flight landed July 22, 2016 at LAX.
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Reid Collins
Reid Collins sent us this photo Saturday July 23, 2016 of smoke from the Sand Fire drifting over downtown Los Angeles.
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Doug Wilgar
Doug Wilgar sent us this view of the Sand fire from the 5 Freeway July 25, 2016 in Irvine.
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Saul Diaz
Smoke from the Sand Fire north of Los Angeles sent smoke over a widespread area of Southern California. Saul Diaz sent us this image of smoke as seen from Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Valencia.
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AP
Smoke from a nearby wildfire looms over Los Angeles on Friday, July 22, 2016, viewed from Monterey Park, Calif. Smoke drifted over the city's downtown, about 30 miles from the fire's location in Santa Clarita. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
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Jonathan Lloyd
Smoke blankets the sky Saturday July 23, 2016 over Studio City during the Sand fire north of Los Angeles.
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Jonathan Lloyd
Smoke from the Sand fire floats over Glendale, as seen Saturday July 23, 2016 from Griffith Park.
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AP
Smoke from a nearby wildfire looms over Los Angeles on Friday, July 22, 2016. Smoke drifted over the city's downtown, about 30 miles from the fire's location in Santa Clarita. It's one of several blazes burning in Southern California as the region swelters under triple-digit heat. (AP Photo/Amanda Myers)
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AP
Smoke from a nearby wildfire looms over Los Angeles on Friday, July 22, 2016, viewed from Monterey Park, Calif. Smoke drifted over the city's downtown, about 30 miles from the fire's location in Santa Clarita. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
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@deanandbek
Toluca Lake residents awoke to grisly sight as the ash from the Santa Clarita fire cast an blood-orange glow to the sun.
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Mona Barajas
Mona Barajas sent us this photo of a smoke plume from the Sand fire July 25, 2016.
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AP
Thousands of homes remained evacuated Sunday July 24, 2016 as a wildfire burned in dry Southern California hills and canyons.
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KNBC-TV
Firefighters say a wind shift could put as many as 45,000 homes at risk, mostly in the San Fernando Valley.
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KNBC-TV
The fire caused roads to be closed between Little Tujunga Canyon Road to Osborne Street, Sand Canyon Road to Placerita Canyon Road, Placerita Canyon Road to Crown Valley Road, Soledad Canyon Road to Agua Dulce Canyon Road, Soledad Canyon Road to the 14 freeway, and on Soledad Canyon Road from Agua Dulce Canyon Road to Shadow Pines Boulevard, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
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@laroccaj
A tanker over Sand Canyon, one of man resources firefighters are bringing in to combat the Sand Fire.
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@jasonryanphoto
The ash cloud from the fire has prompted an air advisory warning, especially those with respiratory problems.
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KNBC-TV
Freeway lanes were closed and an evacuation was ordered from Soledad Canyon Road at the 14 Freeway up to Aqua Dulce Canyon Road, firefighters said on Friday, July 22, 2016.
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KNBC-TV
An evacuation shelter was set up at Golden Valley High School and a shelter for large animals was opened at Pierce College and Agua Dulce Airport on Friday, July 22, 2016.
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