Firefighters monitor a section of the Thomas Fire along the 101 freeway on December 7, 2017 north of Ventura, California.
(KGTV) - Wildfires in Ventura, Riverside, and Los Angeles Counties have charred swaths of land across the Southern California region.
The Thomas Fire - by far the largest of the blazes - reached at least 173,000 acres Sunday. The first fatality as a result of the wildfires around the region was also reported.
INTERACTIVE MAP OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FIRES
Firefighters continue to fight Santa Ana winds and dry conditions to get a handle on several large fires burning throughout Southern California.
WHAT WE KNOW, 8:38 A.M. SUNDAY
Acres & containment: 173,000 acres; 15% contained
Injuries: 1 reported fatality
Damages: 537 structures destroyed, 118 damaged; 15,000 threatened
Evacuations: Cal Fire map of evacuation zones
The video below shows the Thomas Fire as of Sunday morning:
Acres & containment: 15,619 acres; 80% contained
Injuries: None reported
Damages: 105 structures destroyed, 70 damaged; 2,500 threatened
Acres & containment: 6,049 acres; 65% contained
Damages: 1 structures destroyed; 5,460 threatened
Acres & containment: 475 acres; 50% contained
Injuries: Two firefighters with minor injuries reported
Damages: 6 structures destroyed, 12 damaged
Acres & containment: 300 acres; 90% contained
Damages: 7 structures destroyed
Evacuations: Evacuations have been lifted