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This is what the 405 Freeway morning commute looked like during the Skirball fire

By in Press Enterprise on December 6, 2017

By Maria Cavassuto

A wildfire broke out near the Skirball and Getty Centers along the 405 freeway early Wednesday morning. The fire has currently burned more than 50 acres and the 405 has been shut down. This newly ignited fire is the fourth fire, following the Thomas, Rye and Creek fires, that is currently burning in Los Angeles County.

Here is what the commute on the 405 looked like this morning.

Not the typical morning commute… pic.twitter.com/kJIOQeqsIK

— A. Mutzabaugh CMT (@WLV_investor) December 6, 2017

Today was scariest morning commute of my life: #gettycenter #skirballfire pic.twitter.com/aECWhnJ26I

— Rick Patrick (@70sspacepunk) December 6, 2017

My 405 commute about an hour ago. #GettyCenter #gettyfire Stay safe everyone. pic.twitter.com/SF4rgHJNF4

— Eric K. (@RedSkyMind) December 6, 2017

Avoid the 405 freeway near the Getty center. Northbound and southbound. #GettyFire. pic.twitter.com/LTxnIoPh3W

— Eric Smith-Gunn (@evsmitty) December 6, 2017

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— Rebecca Keegan (@ThatRebecca) December 6, 2017

Absolute terrifying commute this morning. #SkirballFire pic.twitter.com/RYvnImj4Ft

— Matt Smith (@mlsutah) December 6, 2017

Drive this morning on the 405 southbound #SkirballFire #lafd #sepulvedapass #the405 #LosAngelesfire #brentwood #KTLA pic.twitter.com/gCRXgnqut2

— THiRDiPHOTO (@thirdiphoto) December 6, 2017

Driving to LAX just as they’re closing the 405 for this roaring hillside fire near the Getty exit. Car windows are hot. Stay safe, LA. pic.twitter.com/gclO6A6WB9

— Rebecca Keegan (@ThatRebecca) December 6, 2017

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