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Lilac Fire. The Lilac Fire was a fire that burned in northern San Diego County, California, United States, and was one of multiple wildfires that erupted in Southern California in December 2017. The fire was first reported on December 7, 2017, burned 4,100 acres (1,659 ha), and destroyed 157 structures, before it was fully contained on...
The Lilac Fire that destroyed homes and forced thousands of evacuations in San Diego's North County is now 20 percent contained, and holding at 4,100 acres. NBC 7's Nicole Gomez shares the latest updates.
Lilac Fire Marches Toward Oceanside, Camp Pendleton. A brush fire that sparked alongside a highway interchange that took off in extreme fire conditions Thursday, scorching thousands of acres in Fallbrook and Bonsall is heading toward the more populated community of Oceanside and Camp Pendleton. The Lilac Fire,...
The Lilac Fire in San Diego is the most recent in a series of wildfires that has plagued Southern California since December 4th. More than 100,000 people have been ordered to evacuate.
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BREAKING: Residents evacuated from some parts of Fallbrook, Oceanside and Vista can return home. The wind-driven Lilac Fire, which sparked Thursday, scorched 4,100 acres near Fallbrook and destroyed at least 65 structures but slowed overnight thanks to diminishing winds. As of Friday afternoon, the fire remained at 4,100 acres and was still 0 percent contained, according to Cal Fire.