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Updated 1:28 p.m. Saturday
Fire officials say evacuation orders due to two wildfires raging in Southern California are expected to impact about 148,000 people, and structural losses are expected to be significant.
This blaze burning west of Los Angeles ignited Thursday afternoon around 2:30 p.m. in the area of Rocketdyne, south of Simi Valley. It jumped Highway 101 overnight, and by early Friday morning was pushed into Los Angeles County by heavy Santa Ana winds.
On Saturday, the L.A. County Sherrif's Department announced homicide detectives were investigating the deaths of two individuals found in a sparsely populated stretch of Mulholland Highway in Malibu, but Los Angeles County sheriff's Chief John Benedict offered no further details.
As of 8:00 a.m. Saturday, according to Cal Fire:
Size: 70,000 acres
Evacuations: 20,895 homes are under evacuation orders; for full evacuation orders and emergency shelters see the Ventura County Fire Department Emergency Information and county of Los Angeles evacuation information.
Damage: No injuries, "many" structures damaged and threatened, according to fire officials.