An inferno engulfed the Los Angeles region Wednesday, forcing more than 200,000 people to flee and threatening thousands of homes, including mansions in the luxurious Bel-Air neighborhood. “Yesterday it was further north, but this morning we woke up and it was east of us,” said Los Angeles resident Patricia Moore, 84, loading belongings into the trunk of her car. High winds caused another wave of wildfires to erupt overnight Tuesday, including one in Los Angeles’ affluent Bel-Air neighborhood.
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