State Of Emergency In San Bernardino County Due To Raging Wildfire

 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

 KABC

What started as a small brush fire Tuesday morning above Devore turned into a state of emergency dubbed the Blue Cut Fire, as the blaze scorched at least 18,000 acres and forced 82,000 people to evacuate their homes in San Bernardino County. Dry brush and wind gusts quickly spread the flames, which officials said were sparked just after 10:30 a.m. in the Cajon Pass near Kenwood Avenue, west of Interstate 15. The blaze spread over bone-dry hillsides and toward the San Bernardino National Forest, destroying homes, businesses, a historic diner and at least one church. An exact tally of the structure damage was not immediately available.
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