30 Horses Killed in Creek Fire, Getty Museum in Peril as SoCal Hell Days Continue
That damn fire started in Little Tujunga Canyon at about 4:00am. Everyone asleep, vulnerable.
Virginia Padilla, whose family owns a ranch in Sylmar, had the devastating loss of at least 30 horses to the 11,000-acre blaze dubbed the Creek Fire.
Padilla said she was woken up at approximately 4 a.m. by the Los Angeles County Fire Department’s orders to evacuate immediately. She and her family were given just enough time to gather some necessities but not their horses, Padilla said.
And now the infamous hills above Brentwood and the slopes at Getty Center are ablaze.