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With tick-fire 25% included, many still in evacuation

When the firefighters in Santa Clarita made further progress in fighting the tickburn, officials said on Saturday that human remains were being discovered on the charred fire path at around 11:30 am Thompson Ranch Drive, the deputy said Sheriffs of the Los Angeles County, James Nagao. The identity of the victim is unknown and officials are investigating the cause of death.

"Whether it's related to the fire, has yet to be determined," Nagao said.

The winds that lightened the tick fire in Santa Clarita Soothed Saturday, which allows firefighters to expand the containment of the destructive fire and return some residents home.

The fire, which has taken more than 4,600 acres and destroyed or damaged at least 1

8 buildings, consists of 25% sheriffs from Los Angeles County department officials said. About 1,300 firefighters are still there to control the fire before the winds in Santa Ana increase again.

"Wind shifts in the west pose a challenge to our firefighters as they can change the potential for resuscitation scenarios," the sheriff's officials said in a statement.

It is expected that the humidity will drop as night falls and air moisture will be released from the air, said National Meteorologist Kiely Delerme. According to the National Weather Service, conditions in Santa Clarita could reach up to 80 km / h Spread of forest fires. The area will be under a fire station.

At the height of the fire, around 40,000 inhabitants were called for evacuation. Many residents were allowed to return home. However, mandatory evacuation orders for Baker Canyon Road from the Sierra Highway and Tick Canyon Road from Abelia Road to Summit Knoll Road east of Sand Canyon south of the Sierra Highway to Soledad Canyon remain in effect.

The fire broke out on Thursday before August 1st. 45 clock along the Tick Canyon Road. The winds increased in the early hours of Friday morning, causing the fire to break through the 14th freeway between Sand Canyon and Agua Dulce and setting fire to another 700 to 800 acres for Los Angeles and Sonoma County deals with the massive Kincade Fire. Janice Hahn, the district head of Los Angeles, declared a local emergency for the district on Friday.

Firefighters will release their next update on tick-burning at 17.00.

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