A car drives past as the Thomas Fire burns a hillside south of Casitas Springs, California, December 6, 2017. (AFP / Kyle Grillot)
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Santa Ana winds that have stoked wildfires across Southern California, destroying hundreds of buildings and forcing evacuations of some 200,000 people, are expected to return in force on Sunday, authorities said.The Skirball Fire in Los Angeles was 75 percent contained, while the Creek and Rye Fires in Los Angeles County were 85 percent and 80 percent contained, officials said.The largest blaze, the Thomas Fire, has blackened 155,000 acres in Ventura County and was only 15 percent contained as of Saturday night, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire).North of San Diego, the 4,100-acre Lilac Fire was 50 percent contained by Saturday, officials said.
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