Published on May 8, 2009
A tinfoil-like material protects Chumash artifacts at Painted Cave.
1503 Mission Canyon Rd.
1530 Mission Canyon Rd.
Home on Mission Canyon
Helicopter drops needed water over homes on Northridge.
Dozens of engines like this are stationed in San Antonio Creek residences.
Tree house burns along San Antonio Creek area.
Home burns along San Marcos Pass Road
Engine crews attempt to hold fire as it crosses Highway 154.
Flames reaches homes along Northridge Road.
Retardant drop along Rock Garden ridge in early afternoon. DC10 should be here today.
Fire fighters watch build up of smoke in San Roque Canyon at 4:44PM.
Flames reach Cathedral Peak in the early afternoon.
View east as fire moves up towards mountain crest near Tunnel Trail.
Fire fighter watches advance of flames along Northridge Road.
The Jesusita Trail as seen from the bridge on 192 early Friday more
The view a home off San Roque through a thermal-imaging device
Engine 224 Los Angeles County Fire Fighters Ruben Munoz (left) and Ed Verdugo
Engine 224 Los Angeles County Fire Fighters Ruben Munoz wets down a construction site on Laurel Canyon Rd.
Firefighters along Marilyn Way
Engines lined up taking a stand along Lucinda Ln. as the flames come down the hill early Friday morning
Flames approach a home on Laurel Canyon Rd. early Friday morning
Fire fighters work the flames on E. Calle Laureles
Engine 46 Los Padres Forest Service Fire Captain on Spyglass Ridge Rd.
A helicopter above a house on E. Alamar surrounded by flames
CDC fire fighters find little shelter against howling winds on Spyglass Ridge Rd.
Californina Department of Corrections fire fighters make their way up a steep hillside after a day of hard work
LPNFS fire fighter Josh Hesketh measures the wind speed on Spyglass Ridge Rd.
This Santa Barbara County truck soon evacuated it's spotting location as flames reached both sides of the ridge
Water drop along the ridge line above San Roque Rd.
Engine 44 Los Padres National Forest Fire Capt. Mike Scott
The remains of a home on Orange Grove Ave.
2656 Montrose Pl.
Fire burned through this mailbox on 2600 block of Montrose Pl
A stuffed animal survives the flames that destroyed the home 2656 Montrose Pl.
Los Padres National Forest Service fire fighters
Los Padres National Forest Service fire fighters watch the fire's progression from Spyglass Ridge Ln.
Harry Rouse with Santa Barbara Amateur Radio Club at the Red Cross Shelter stationed at Dos Pueblos
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