A couple days of rain earlier this month helped decrease the likelihood fires here, but the season isn’t over yet, according to Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACFD) assistant fire chief Michael Dyer. A week of Santa Ana winds could quickly create, he said, very hazardous conditions.
Some people think fire season dries up in October. But it doesn’t, Dyer said. In fact, LACFD contracts for aircraft to fight large brush fires until early January.
"The rains ...
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