Trump still has yet to mention anything about the La Tuna fire, which has been burning now since Friday and is the largest LA fire ever — covering 5,900 acres of land. Thankfully due to some rain, they’ve finally got some containment (15%), the 210 freeway has reopened and all evacuation orders have been lifted.
Brush fires may not seem as frightening as a storm or hurricane, as they typically stick to “grassy” parts of land (and you know, freeways…). However, you never know. I remember my first experience in LA with a large brush fire (Griffith Park, 2007) — it’s almost scarier because your mind is in this grey area of unknown. Whereas storms, you know and can see it, right then and know you need to GTFO.