The fires rampaging across Southern California have ripped through a Bel-Air canyon in the hills above the University of California, Los Angeles, an elite enclave where backyard tennis courts are the norm and Rupert Murdoch owns a US$30 million vineyard estate. "Our main concern at the moment is for the safety of our neighbors and first respoders".
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A winery employee, reached by phone, could not confirm to Variety whether the property or its facilities had been affected by the fire but said that all employees had been evacuated. Part of the property was once a horse ranch owned by Victor Fleming. Almost 200,000 people have been evacuated from their homes, and more than 65,000 acres and 150 structures have been damaged as of Wednesday morning. Gov.
People in Murdoch's estate, along with other homes in Bel-Air and nearby Sherman Oaks, were ordered to evacuate. The main residence is 7724 square foot (717 sqm) and the property includes a two-bedroom guest house and a 4400 square-foot office building.
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The Skirball Fire alone has already burned more than 150 acres, with winds gusting to more than 50 miles per hour. Mandatory evacuations were put into effect Wednesday morning in Bel Air.
In the San Fernando Valley north of Los Angeles, the Creek Fire destroyed at least 30 homes, blackened more than 11,000 acres and forced the evacuation of 2,500 homes and a convalescent centre north of Interstate 210 on Tuesday.
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