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Screenshot of (probable) fire locations from a couple of days ago: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2018/11/10/fires-near-la-burning-in-area-of-site-contaminated-with-radioactive-materials-toxic-chemicals-santa-susana-field-lab/

The fire started near the Santa Susana Field Laboratory in the Santa Susana Mountains above the Simi Valley near the boundary between Los Angeles and Ventura counties…. Around 2:24 p.m. PST on November 8, 2018, a fire ignited from unknown cause(s) in Ventura County, California. Powerful Santa Ana winds, reaching 50 to 60 mph (80 to 97 km/h), caused the fire to spread rapidly and beyond firefighting capabilities….https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woolsey_Fire Cause still under investigation; expected full containment on November 17, 2018: http://cdfdata.fire.ca.gov/admin8327985/cdf/images/incidentfile2282_4179.pdf
See PSR response here: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2018/11/12/woolsey-fire-burns-nuclear-meltdown-site-that-state-toxics-agency-failed-to-clean-up/

On November 9, 2018, 1.30 am, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control issued an update stating: “The Woolsey Fire burned through a portion of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) yesterday. At this time, it is no longer burning within the SSFL site, and is moving away from the site…https://www.dtsc.ca.gov/upload/Community-Update-on-Woolsey-Fire-and-SSFL.pdf However, this may not be true, based on US fire data, found further below.

Dr. Robert Dodge, President of Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles, stated: “We know what substances are on the site and how hazardous they are. We’re talking about incredibly dangerous radionuclides and toxic chemicals such a trichloroethylene, perchlorate, dioxins and heavy metals. These toxic materials are in SSFL’s soil and vegetation, and when it burns and becomes airborne in smoke and ash, there is real possibility of heightened exposure for area residents…https://www.psr-la.org/woolsey-fire-burns-nuclear-meltdown-site-that-state-toxics-agency-failed-to-clean-up/

Using the reference points-roads on these maps, it’s easy to go to Google Earth and zoom in to see some of the endangered tanks, etc. However, we don’t know the date of these pictures on Google Earth.


According to US government fire data there were still (a) fire(s) in the near environs of Santa Susana Lab at 12.30 pm PST (20.31 UTC) and most likely as late as 10.38 pm PST (18.38 UTC) on the 11th. So little of the fire(s) is currently contained that it difficult to believe that this area is fire-free, unless they made a special effort here due to the hazards.
Latitude: 34.228
Longitude: -118.688
Detection Date: 09 Nov 2018
Detection Time: 20:31 UTC
Confidence: 100
Sensor: Aqua MODIS
Source: RSAC

Latitude: 34.236
Longitude: -118.700
Detection Date: 10 Nov 2018
Detection Time: 05:56 UTC
Confidence: 82
Sensor: Terra MODIS
Source: RSAC

Latitude: 34.232
Longitude: -118.692
Detection Date: 09 Nov 2018
Detection Time: 18:50 UTC
Confidence: 91
Sensor: Terra MODIS
Source: RSAC

Latitude: 34.218
Longitude: -118.651
Detection Date: 11 Nov 2018
Detection Time: 18:38 UTC
Confidence: 79
Sensor: Terra MODIS
Source: RSAC

https://fsapps.nwcg.gov/googleearth.php

Screenshots of probable fire locations from a couple of days ago:


https://fsapps.nwcg.gov/googleearth.php
Sodium Reactor meltdown site exported from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_Reactor_Experiment

Ventura Highway song: http://youtu.be/pgMaQy66oCw

https://www.epa.gov/enviro/epa-regional-kml-download
https://fsapps.nwcg.gov/googleearth.php
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_Reactor_Experiment
https://www.etec.energy.gov/Library/Main/Doc._No._2_SRE_Fuel_Element_Damage_Final_Report_1961_NAA-SR-4488_(suppl).pdf
https://www.energy.gov/sites/prod/files/2018/07/f53/STGWG_Closure_for_7th_Gen_Report_%282017%29.pdf