Arson or Accident? #Station Fire under investigation

From the Associated Press

ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST — Firefighters made more progress Wednesday against a giant wildfire that has ravaged a national forest north of Los Angeles as investigators searched for more information about how the fire started.

Officials are still trying to figure out what set off the blaze in the Angeles National Forest that had burned nearly 219 square miles, or 140,150 acres, by early Wednesday. Deputy incident commander Carlton Joseph said Wednesday that the fire was human-caused, but it’s not known specifically how it was started or whether it was accidental or arson.

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  • it saddens me to think that our lovely forest has burnt down. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gone up there.

    Now all that is left are ashes and rocks with graffiti on them.

  • Oh good, thats always progress, poor people that have to endure such a tragedy; our prayers to the Lord are with you. Keep strong