Los Angeles wildfire: La Tuna brush fire becomes the biggest in L.A. history

Jerry Brown, the governor of the state of California, declared an emergency in Los Angeles on Sunday because of the largest vegetation fire in American metropolis history. Statement of Emergency will release a series of special financial resources that will be used to combat the flames that have already devastated about 2,350 hectares in the north and in the center of Los Angeles County in the Verdugo Mountains region. The fire caused the closure of a major motorway in the area and only 10% of the outbreaks were isolated, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.

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