MAPS: A look at each Southern California wildfire

A water dropping helicopter flies over a hot spot on the Creek Fire in the Lake View Terrace area of Los Angeles, Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017. (Chris Carlson/AP Photo)

As wildfires continue to spread in Southern California, take a look at where the individual fires are located.

Thomas Fire (Ventura County)
  • 231,700 acres burned
  • 20 percent contained
  • 18,000 homes threatened
  • 88,000 residents evacuated
  • 868 structures destroyed
  • More than 6,400 personnel on site

Latest on the Thomas Fire: http://abc7.la/2B7K6hZ

Creek Fire (Sylmar, Los Angeles County)
  • 15,619 acres Burned
  • 98 percent Contained
  • 60 homes destroyed, 55 damaged
  • Most evacuation orders lifted
  • 2 significant firefighter injuries (stable condition) & several minor firefighter injuries
  • 992 personnel on site

Latest on the Creek Fire: http://abc7.la/2Af4yNT

Lilac Fire (San Diego County)
  • 4,100 acres burned
  • 90 percent containment
  • At least three people burned, one suffered smoke inhalation. Two firefighters injured
  • Most evacuations lifted
  • At least 151 structures destroyed, 56 damaged

Latest on the Lilac Fire: http://abc7.la/2BJQJ6v
Rye Fire (Santa Clarita, Los Angeles County)
  • 6,049 acres burned
  • 96 percent contained
  • 1 structure destroyed
  • No more evacuations

Latest on the Rye Fire: http://abc7.la/2BF9ckw

Skirball Fire (Bel Air, Los Angeles County)
  • 422 acres burned
  • 85 percent contained
  • 6 homes destroyed, 12 damaged
  • All evacuations lifted

Latest on the Skirball Fire: http://abc7.la/2B8PK3D

Liberty Fire (Murrieta, Riverside County)
  • 300 acres burned
  • 100 percent contained
  • At least 1 structure and 6 outbuildings destroyed
  • No more evacuations

Latest on the Liberty Fire: http://abc7.la/2BKpHMb

Little Mountain Fire (San Bernardino County)
  • 260 acres burned
  • 100 percent contained
  • All resources released
  • Evacuations lifted

Latest on the Little Mountain Fire: http://abc7.la/2B2KzSE

Use Cal Fire's interactive map below for a closer look at each fire.

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