The deadly Woolsey fire in Southern California has burned 83 percent of the national parkland in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Cal Fire said.
The Santa Monica Mountains are a cherished area of nature outside Los Angeles and near Malibu, offering more than 500 miles of trails. The park has been featured in classic movies, such as “Of Mice and Men,” and hit TV shows, including Westworld.
In Northern California, the ongoing Camp fire ― the deadliest and most destructive in state history ― has at least killed 48 people and destroyed over 6,000 homes. As of late Tuesday, dozens of people were still unaccounted for in areas torched by the fire.