Horrifying Clips of the Los Angeles Commute Through Hell

Dozens of videos document the drive through the fire-ravaged landscape.

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A brush fire that started on Monday and has since grown out of control is raging through Los Angeles today, with 60 mph wind conditions expected to stoke the blaze throughout Wednesday and Thursday while making firefighting efforts difficult. The inferno, which has grown to encompass some 65,000 acres, has come up against the busy 405 Freeway, and dozens of shocked commuters have been sharing their first-hand videos of the blaze on the internet this morning.

Good morning, Los Angeles.

— Shibby The Jabroni (@Shibbroni)
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At 4:30am on the 405..

— Gee (@Gee_RawClass)

My friend took this on 405 on way to work. Devastating!

— Farnoush (@nousht)

So far the fire is known to have destroyed 150 structures and threatens thousands more. We can only hope the blaze lets up soon, though even when one fire ends, .

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