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>> The battle against the Thomas Fire in Ventura County, California entered a fourth day on Thursday morning. The blaze has burned more than 90,000 acres since erupting on Monday. And authorities fear prevailing weather conditions wold bring even more damage.>> There's a lot of potential for some large fire growth on the north and west side of this fire in the next 24 to 48 hours.
>> Fanned by 70 miles an hour winds, the fire has destroyed at least 150 homes, and threatens even more. Roughly 50,000 people have been evacuated from across the county, including here in Santa Paula.>> You just you don't expect things like this. Like I was expecting, this year to see snow on that mountain and now the things on fire.
>> The Thomas fire is one of four major blazes ravaging the Los Angeles area, all between five and 10% contained and expected to remain dangerous for days to come.