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California firefighters are gaining ground on a fast moving wildfire after losing the battle to save the two story home sitting in the danger zone.
Helicopters and air tankers.
Joining efforts to contain the so called volcano fire erupted yesterday morning in a rural area about ninety miles southeast of Los Angeles.
Adam Housley is live now from LA bureau at a high so what went down there.
Yet -- it quite some dramatic pictures of -- to write those pictures again so the one house that firefighters lost they did save the good news they did save a lot of homes.
In the area basically what happened was -- some -- -- -- clearing brush.
To try to knock down the fire danger in the area one -- the machinery got caught up with some barbed wire.
Which sparked this fire that just raced up hillsides.
And you can see there are a lot of homes were surrounded by flames firefighters and an amazing job knocking those flames down.
A lot of homes had a clearance that they ask people about the rule areas to do of a hundred yards or so.
Which saved a lot of homes -- seemed like the one the burned down may have got some sort of sparked the got into the -- and eventually.
He just went up like match sticks what it does show us is how Tinder dry the west is -- covered fires in Colorado this year Montana.
California's fire season hasn't even started yet and this was not one of those wind driven fires -- the Santa Ana winds cause that you become an October November.
This just shows -- and how dry it is out here in the west.
-- how busy firefighters have already been and we still have several months before the rains return -- had tough times there Adam Housley live in LA thank you.
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