On September 20, local time, a fire named "Lynx" in the mountains of northeastern Los Angeles, USA continued to spread due to wind, and its damage area was close to 156 square miles (about 404 square kilometers). The famous southern California in the foothill desert community A large number of buildings in the wildlife sanctuary and a famous natural center were burned down.

  According to reports, the fire started on September 6 and has doubled in size in the past week, becoming one of the largest wildfires in Los Angeles County history.

Affected by strong winds, the fire spread to Juniper Hill on the 19th local time, and a large number of local residents were ordered to evacuate.

In addition, the fire also destroyed a famous local natural center, which attracts about 130,000 visitors every year.

(Edited by Zeng Chen)

Editor in charge: [Li Ji]