LOS ANGELES (AP) A new large wildfire broke out today in Southern California amid gusty winds, forcing the evacuation of the Ronald Regain Presidential Library and nearby homes.
The brush fire started just before dawn in the Simi Valley area north of Los Angeles, Ventura County officials said.
They tweeted that the fire was large without providing details on its size and said it was burning between the cities of Simi Valley and Moorpark. Officials did not immediately say how many people were subject to evacuation orders.
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