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The Bobcat Fire is now one of the largest in Los Angeles County history after scorching more than 100,000 acres

September 21, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

The wildfire is one of at least 27 blazes currently burning in the state, where 26 people have died and 6,100 structures have been destroyed since fire activity picked up in August.

(CNN)The Bobcat Fire burning in Los Angeles County has scorched more than 100,000 acres as of Sunday night, making it one of the largest fires in the county's history.

The Bobcat Fire had burned 103,135 acres and was 15% contained as of Sunday night, according to an update from the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Cornell said much of the northern spread of the Bobcat Fire was into high desert flatlands, much easier terrain to battle wildfire than the steep hills and deep canyons of much of the Angeles National Forest, where the blaze has already burned.

The natural area and facility of the Devil's Punchbowl has been burned by the Bobcat Fire, a news release from the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation said Sunday.

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