Southern California wildfires: Checkout List of homes burned by the Woolsey Fire
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Several homes caught on fire in the Oak Park and Thousand Oaks area after the Woolsey Fire erupted Thursday.
Crews battled smoke and flames trying to rescue homes. Using SkyMap7 technology, AIR7 HD mapped which homes were threatened by fire.
Below is a list of homes damaged by the fire, as witnessed by ABC7 reporters.
– Children’s playground on fire, Grape Arbor Park, Calabasas
– Home on fire at Adamor Rd and Parkmor Rd., Calabasas
– At least one home on fire near Ruthwood Drive and Thousand Oaks Boulevard, Calabasas
– One home on Lone Oak Drive
– Homes on Las Virgenes Road were in danger after a brush fire hit the area
– Charred car and home and on Stonecrest Drive, Agoura Hills
– A brush along homes near Chesboro Road and Balkins Dr., south of the 101 Freeway
– A home was on fire east of Kanan Rd., Morrison Estates
– Home on fire in Lindero Canyon
– Two homes on Churchwood Drive near Kanan Road
– Two homes were burned on 5500 block of Wembly Avenue
– One home in Conejo Crest
– Two homes on fire on Hillcrest Drive and Almon Drive
– A brush fire was near homes on Fountain Crest Lane, East of Westlake Blvd.
– At least three homes were on fire on Whiteside Place and Loz Feliz Dr.
– A brush fire sparked near homes on Ranch View Place and Twin Oaks Court
– Home on fire, Glenbridge Rd., Westlake Village
– Homes threatened by fire, Canterhill Place and Ridgeford Dr., Westlake Village
-Homes on fire on Kanan Dume Road
– Home on fire on Dapplegray Road in Bell Canyon
This list will be updated as more information becomes available.