ABC7's Laura Anthony says she captured this video from a safe distance near the town of Paradise.
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3 wildfires burn in California, 5 people dead
As three wildfires rage across California, five people have been found dead, officials confirmed Friday.
The so-called Camp, Woolsey and Griffith Park fires are causing mass destruction and mandatory evacuations, including for the upscale city of Malibu west of Los Angeles. The Woolsey and Griffith Park fires are burning in the area of Ventura and Los Angeles counties, while the Camp Fire is burning in Butte County, less than 100 miles north of Sacramento.
The Camp Fire sparked early Thursday, and on the same day, five unidentified people were found dead in cars in the small town of Paradise, the Butte County Sheriff's Office said Friday. Firefighters have struggled to manage the fire, which has since grown to 70,000 acres and is still only 5 percent contained, according to authorities.
Near the Los Angeles Zoo, the Griffith Park Fire began as a brush fire Friday morning and rapidly grew to 30 acres by the early afternoon. It was 15 percent contained after about four hours, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
The Woolsey Fire started as a brush fire south of Simi Valley, about 40 miles northeast of Downtown Los Angeles. It grew to 14,000 acres overnight and is at 0 percent containment, KABC reported.
Several videos on social media show the Woolsey Fire burning near Thousand Oaks, a city still reeling from Wednesday's mass shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill that left 12 innocent people dead.