On Monday, officials said the La Tuna wildfire was no longer burning actively but Fire Department Chief Ralph Terrazas said that wind conditions could reignite the blaze, so fire officials were not reducing the number of firefighters at the scene.
More than 1,000 firefighters worked at the scene with other 206 engines, nine helicopters, five water tenders and four dozers, according to unified command, comprised of Los Angeles, L.A. County, Burbank and Glendale fire departments.
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