Fire to the sea 'a real possibility'

Los Angeles County fire chief P. Michael Freeman is quoted on City News Service saying that firefighters are doing their best to check the Porter Ranch-Browns Canyon fire "from making a run down toward the Pacific Coast," which is about 15 miles and two mountain ranges — the Simi Hills and Santa Monicas — away from the flames. "That is a real possibility with the wind conditions."

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