Sand fire destroys homes near fire station in the Angeles National Forest

The remains of one of the Bear Divide Ranger Station buildings in the burned Angeles Forest.

Five homes that were a part of the Angeles National Forest’s Bear Divide Ranger Station were destroyed by the Sand fire, officials announced a press conference on Monday. 

The buildings were home to several firefighters, several of whom were fighting the Sand fire, The L.A. Times reported.

Read more about the Sand fire here.

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2 thoughts on “Sand fire destroys homes near fire station in the Angeles National Forest”

  1. The Bear Divide Fire Station was not destroyed. Some govt residences and trailers on govt trailer pads were destroyed.

  2. It wasn’t actually the fire station right? It was a few residences associated with the fire station. Your headline is misleading.

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