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Police, Locals Rush to Save Animals from Los Angeles Fires (Warning: Explicit Photo)

Police, Locals Rush to Save Animals from Los Angeles Fires (Warning: Explicit Photo)

Los Angeles Police Department officers, Los Angeles Fire Department firefighters, and local volunteers have been working feverishly to save animals at risk from ongoing fires in the region.

Authorities reported Thursday that they had made some progress in containing the fires, which include the Skirball fire in west Los Angeles near the 405 Freeway, and the Creek fire near Sylmar, in the San Fernando Valley.

Please pass along or reach out if u can help, phone listed below #LA #fires #horses #westla #nbcLA @nbc @NBCLA pic.twitter.com/fqCgPoe7Rk — ALT+CTRL+K (@ALTCTRLK) December 6, 2017

A viral post urged residents to make water available outside their homes for wild animals fleeing their habitat.

If you live near the fires, WILD animals will be fleeing and may show up in your yards.

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