California has been hammered this year by Wildfires and it doesn’t seem to be letting up! Reports are indicating that as many as 82,000 people have been told to evacuate from the mountain communities in Southern California as a massive wildfire continues “raging unchecked,” according to state officials. Fire officials said that the Bluecut Fire, which flared up on Tuesday morning, is now covering close to 18,000 acres of land at the Cajon Pass, with none of the fire contained as of Tuesday night, Reuters noted.
Evacuation orders were issued to 82,640 residents and some 34,500 homes near Interstate 15, the main freeway between Las Vegas and the Los Angeles area, with the cause of the blaze still under investigation. Fox News reported that at least a dozen of buildings have been burned in the fast-moving wildfire so far, with the fire spreading into the Mojave Desert. CONTINUE