January 21, 2021
General News

Southern California wildfire forces 60,000 Orange County residents to evacuate – NBC News

A fast-moving, wind-whipped wildfire forced about 60,000 residents of a Southern California suburb to evacuate on Monday, while huge swaths of the Golden State went without power in an effort to prevent more flames, officials said.
The Silverado Fire had charred at least 4,000 acres in and around the community of Irvine, about 50 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles, by the early afternoon, the Orange County Fire Authority said.
About 500 firefighters were on the lines battling the out-of-control…

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