LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Ten Southern California fires charred more than 15 square miles and caused more than $20 million in damage by Friday.
Several blazes broke out Wednesday in Southern California and continued Friday on the third day of a sweltering heat wave. Firefighters have been battling brush fires from Santa Paula to Camp Pendleton to Carlsbad this week.
See photos from across the region.
PHOTOS: Southern California wildfires wreak $20 million in damage
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A 'firenado' forms near firefighters in San Diego County on Friday, May 16, 2014.
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