California Wildfires Forces 200,000 People To Flee Their Homes, 2 Million People Without Power

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ABOVE VIDEO: Wildfire erupts near Getty Center, prompting new evacuations in California.

(FOX NEWS) – A large fire that erupted early Monday in the foothills over Los Angeles sent residents throughout the western part of the city scurrying out of their homes in the middle of the night, including a certain former governor and action movie star.

The blaze, known as the Getty Fire, erupted before dawn Monday on the west side of Sepulveda Pass, where Interstate 405 passes through the Santa Monica Mountains, and roared up slopes into wealthy neighborhoods, threatening thousands of homes.

As of 1 p.m. ET, the blaze had scorched up to 500 acres, damaged five structures, and threatened 10,000 additional structures that include residences and businesses, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.

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