Photos: See the scorched earth from Los Angeles’s largest wildfire ever
Residents ride a golf cart as they survey the damage caused by the La Tuna fire.
Image: EPA-EFE/Mike Nelson
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Los Angeles saw some of its worst wildfires in years over the US Labor Day weekend. The La Tuna Canyon wildfire scorched more than 7,000 acres. As of Tuesday (Sept. 5) morning, it is mostly contained, after some cooler, wetter weather.
Local authorities warn that increasing winds might fuel a resurgence. Mayor Erik Garcetti tweeted on Saturday that the La Tuna fire is the largest in the city’s history.