Skirball Fire still at 75% containment

A firefighter battles the Skirball Fire in Bel Air, California on December 6, 2017.
A firefighter battles the Skirball Fire in Bel Air, California on December 6, 2017.
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Containment numbers for the Skirball Fire in Bel Air held steady overnight. The fire, which has burned 422 acres, was 75 percent contained by Sunday morning, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.

The acreage dropped from 475 acres after some of the smoke cleared and firefighters were able to get more accurate views of the area.

The Skirball Fire has destroyed six structures and damaged another 12.

Most residents had returned to their Bel Air homes by Friday night, after all but a few mandatory evacuations were lifted.

As of Sunday morning, only the following streets are under mandatory evacuation: 

• Linda Flora Dr. North of the 1000 block remains closed
• Linda Flora Dr. South of 1894 Linda Flora Dr. remains closed

Moraga Dr. north of the security gate entrance is open to residents only.

The Skirball Fire broke out on Wednesday, Dec. 6 around 5 a.m. near the 405 freeway at Mulholland Drive. 

Two firefighters sustained minor injuries battling the fire. 

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