Firefighters from across the west are fighting multiple fires in California. The most destructive is the Woolsey Fire burning near Thousand Oaks in southern California. Phil Bruglio is the engine boss for Sedona Fire and is stationed in the neighborhoods near the fire. He is part of over 150 firefighters and 48 engines from Arizona in California, helping battle fires up and down the coast. He says the Woolsey Fire is similar to the Slide Fire that burned in 2014. He says “Oak Creek Canyon isn’t very indifferent from some of the canyons and things we are seeing out here.” Bruglio added, “there is similar fire activity to the Slide Fire.” The Woolsey Fire has burned over 98-thousand acres and is now 52-percent contained. The fire has destroyed at least 483 structures and has burned about 83-percent of national park land in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.