Angelenos captured the Brentwood or Skirball fire, one of several southern California wildfires, coming dangerously close to the Getty Center in West Los Angeles during the beginning of the Wednesday morning commute. The Getty hugs the 405 freeway, a major Californian artery.

The state is currently closing portions of the highway, according to the Los Angeles Times. 

The new fire started in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles and was reported to the Fire Department around 5 a.m. local time. The fire so far has burned around 50 acres.

The wildfires have so far scorched 65,000 acres of land in southern California and forced tens of thousands of people from their homes. Around 43,000 Californians are without power as of Tuesday night, according to Southern California Edison.

One of the fires, the Creek fire, jumped from 4,000 acres to 11,000 acres in size over several hours Tuesday in Los Angeles.

“We expect to be out here all week fighting and containing this fire,” said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.

The fires across California have created nous smoke that NASA captured it from space.