Mandatory evacuations have been ordered in Southern California, as three brush fires quickly spread on Saturday, one of which is moving dangerously close to homes in the Calabasas area, the Los Angeles County Fire Department said. Witnesses reported that one fire began near 23062 Mulholland Highway at around 4:30 pm local time. It was originally said to affect two acres, but is now moving towards residential areas. So far, only several structures are reported to have been damaged, but a more specific estimate is unavailable at this time, according to fire officials. Meanwhile on Saturday, another blaze overtook the city of Temecula and scorched 35 acres, and much smaller fire was recorded in the Santa Clarita area affecting one-eighth of an acre. Since this fire involves one of the biggest metropolitan areas in the United States thousands perhaps millions of people could be affected. The L.A. consist of around 20 plus million people, so we could perhaps witness the wildfire that occurred in Canada a month ago but times two due to the L.A. area being the biggest metro area in America. If you have family in this area please inform them if they have not been informed on this wildfire yet. This fire could become the most destructive wildfire in American history if they don't get this under control. The Los Angeles area could start to witness Armageddon.