(KGTV) — Not far from — or long after —the horrific Thousand Oaks mass shooting, two brush fires ignited and spread to cover thousands of acres.
The Hill Fire has charred more than 6,000 acres and threatened hundreds of homes. Thousands have been forced to evacuate.
Fire officials said they believe the fire will continue to burn its way toward the Pacific Ocean.
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The Woolsey Fire sparked just south of Simi Valley to the east and has exploded, forcing more the City of Malibu and surrounding towns to evacuate.
Here's a look at where the Hill and Woolsey fires are, evacuations, evacuation centers, and road closures: