Wildfire breaks out in Angeles National Forest | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Wildfire breaks out in Angeles National Forest

A wildfire that erupted in the Angeles National Forest has chewed through some 50 acres of brush and cast a huge plume of heavy smoke over the San Gabriel Valley.

Forest Service spokesman Robert Brady says the fire started at about 4:40 p.m. Tuesday off Highway 39 above the Los Angeles suburb of Azusa.

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That is where my wife and I used to go gold panning!

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