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Dozens of roads closed by L.A. County fires

The Station fire has prompted the closure of dozens of roads, from Pasadena and Altadena north to Acton and the Antelope Valley. Following is a list of some of the road closures:

-- Sand Canyon Road at Bear Divide

-- Sand Canyon Road at Placerita Canyon Road

-- Crown Valley Road at Soledad Canyon Road

-- Soledad Canyon Road at California 14

-- Agua Dulce Canyon Road at California 14

-- Escondido Canyon Road at California 14

-- Red Rover Mine Road at California 14

-- Sierra Highway at California

-- Sierra Highway at Vasquez Canyon Road

-- Bouquet Canyon Road at Vasquez Canyon Road

-- Sand Canyon Road at Soledad Canyon Road.

-- California 2 from La Canada Flintridge north

-- Big Tujunga Canyon Road at Mt. Gleason Avenue

-- Little Tujunga Road at the ranger station

The following streets are closed from Loma Alta Drive north: 

-- Lincoln Avenue 

-- Lake Avenue 

-- Marengo Avenue

-- Fair Oaks Avenue

-- Glenrose Avenue

-- Olive Avenue

-- Thurin Avenue

-- Dabney Street 

--  Angeles Forest Highway at Aliso Canyon Road

-- California 2 at Big Pines Highway.

Source: CHP, City News Service

 
Comments () | Archives (4)

I hope I can make it to work today.

This fire is probably the worst fire in memory for me. God bless the fire fighters and those who lost their homes.

"God bless the fire fighters and those who lost their homes."

I second that. Amazing.

My prayers go out to all of the families and firefighters. I am in the A.V. and it was truly bad, never came this close to home before. God bless, stay safe..

I work in the San Fernando Valley and Live in Palmdale. I hope I am able to get home tonight.

I got stuck out here last year when it snowed and it sucked


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