|Santa Ana winds seen from high above|
- Firefighters fight a dangerous new wildfire that erupted in the tony Bel Air area of Los Angeles early Wednesday (Dec. 6) as firefighters keep battling three other destructive blazes across Southern California.
"Conditions are going to change again tonight," Pimlott said. "They're going to be extreme tomorrow. We need to have everybody's heads up -- heads on a swivel -- and pay very close attention."
Before dawn Wednesday, flames exploded on the steep slopes of Sepulveda Pass [connecting the San Fernando Valley to the Skirball Center and UCLA], closing a section of heavily traveled Interstate 405 and destroying four homes in Bel Air, where houses range from $2 million to more than $30 million. More