Los Angeles residents were relieved to hear Los Angeles Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas words Monday morning: "no active fire left." Here are images from the La Tuna fire that burned 7,000 acres over the weekend, the biggest blaze in the city's history.
People were evacuated from hundreds of homes in Sun Valley, Burbank and Glendale. Pictured: A man watches to see if his house and two of his cats on the other side of thick smoke and flames might burn near the community of Tujunga.
Firefighters use hoses and helicopters to fight the La Tuna fire Sept. 2 near Burbank.
Firefighters spray water on a burned rabbit running out from the flames.
Flames rise behind a firefighter Sept. 2 near Burbank.
Flames rise Sept. 2 near Burbank.
The 210 freeway remains closed to all but emergency traffic Sept. 2 near Burbank.
Residents in the community of Tujunga watch nearby growing flames during the blaze on Sept. 2 near Burbank.
A firefighting helicopter drops water in the evening of Sept. 2 near Burbank.
A firefighter fights flames in chaparral brush using only a hand tool Sept. 2 near Burbank.
A firefighter climbs a burning hillside after having fallen into a hole fighting the La Tuna fire on Sept. 2 near Burbank.
The 210 freeway remains close as flames continue to spread Sept. 2.
Scorched terrain sits behind houses that were untouched by the La Tuna Fire on Sept. 3 near Burbank.
An S-64E Sikorsky Skycrane firefighting helicopter makes a drop to protect a house Sept. 3 near Burbank.
Traffic on the 210 freeway is allowed to resume for the first time since the start of the La Tuna Fire, as light rain showers pass over the burn areas on Sept. 3 near Burbank.