A wildfire in northern San Diego County has spread to nearly 1,300 acres and burned a total of 4,276 acres, prompting mandatory evacuations, the fire department said Monday. Two rapidly spreading wildfires have prompted the evacuation of more than 2,000 residents in the Fullerton area of Riverside County, California, and prompted an enforced evacuation of about 1.5 million people on Monday, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. The fire was 39 percent contained, Cal Fire-Riverside said, while the Los Angeles Fire Department said on its website Monday morning.
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Fortunately, the initial blaze was relatively small, burning less than 20 hectares, and firefighters appeared to be gaining the upper hand on Monday. Four new wildfires that have burned more than 300 acres in Shasta County since Sunday afternoon were also active through Wednesday evening.
At first, it looked like the Silverado fire could be contained in Fullerton, an upscale town at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Range about 30 miles north of Redding. But the area of concern has expanded as winds have spread the fire to new areas, including the city of about 84,000 people south of Interstate 5 and about 20 miles west of Sacramento.
At around 5 p.m., Fullerton police reported the fire was under control and crews were on the scene, the city said.
Firefighters were also able to quickly contain a small bushfire that broke out and ignited on the west side of Fullerton-Narrows Road, north of Highway 101. About 30 acres burned before firefighters stopped the fire from advancing, but that wasn't enough. The fire also caused a vehicle parked near the new wildfire to burn in San Dimas, California. Just as the Blue Ridge fire was burning more than 3,000 acres of land and evacuating more than 1,500 people from their homes, it erupted again in the same area.
The fire burned 8 acres and was contained in the northeast corner of Gilbert and Castlewood, the Fullerton Police Department said in an update at 9: 45 p.m. The latest was a small bushfire on the east side of the Brea Dam that was ignited on Wednesday night. It was reported to have erupted in the Gilbert-Castlewoods area, followed by one near the Brea Dam and another south of it.