By the numbers: Southern California wildfires

Six major wildfires have scorched more than 141,000 acres of land.

— -- Six major wildfires have scorched over 175,000 acres across Southern California this week, forcing thousands of residents from their homes.

Here's a breakdown of the major wildfires still raging in the region as of Saturday morning:

Thomas fire in Ventura County

  • Acres burned: 148,000
  • Containment: 15 percent
  • Structures destroyed: 537
  • Structures damaged: 118
  • Structures threatened: 15,000
  • Evacuations: 88,000 residents
  • Personnel on site: 3,993
  • Creek fire in Los Angeles County

  • Acres burned: 15,619
  • Containment: 80 percent
  • Structures destroyed: 105
  • Structures damaged: 70
  • Structures threatened: 2,500
  • Evacuations: 150,000 residents
  • Personnel on site: 1,964
  • Rye fire in Los Angeles County

  • Acres burned: 6,049
  • Containment: 65 percent
  • Structures destroyed: 1
  • Structures damaged: 0
  • Structures threatened: 5,460
  • Evacuations: 2,000 residents
  • Personnel on site: 813
  • Skirball fire in Los Angeles County

  • Acres burned: 475
  • Containment: 50 percent
  • Structures destroyed: 6
  • Structures damaged: 12
  • Evacuations: Over 700 homes in a 3.2-square-mile area
  • Lilac fire in San Diego County

  • Acres burned: 4,100
  • Containment: 20 percent
  • Structures destroyed: 105
  • Structures damaged: 15
  • Structures threatened: 1,500
  • Evacuations: 100,000 text alerts sent out
  • Personnel on site: 1,000
  • Liberty fire in Riverside County

  • Acres burned: 300
  • Containment: 90 percent
  • Structures destroyed: 7
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