California wildfire: 80,000 evacuated east of Los Angeles
Officials say the fast-moving wildfire forced the evacuation of some 82,000 people in San Bernardino County, east of Los Angeles.
The fire broke out on Tuesday in the mountain pass has already swept through about 15,000 acres (6070 hectares) of land.
Tens of thousands of homes at risk of so-called fire Bluecut.
State of emergency has been declared.
Destroyed by another fire, and Clayton, which broke out on Saturday in Northern California 0.175 homes.
Bluecut fire spread very quickly in the dry valleys in all parts of San Bernardino. At least it has been flooded scores of buildings.
The spokeswoman for the Forest Service in the United States Lin Sieliet: “It’s a very fast-moving fire, the wind behind it.”
California Governor Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency in San Bernardino County to bring federal assistance.
Close to the fire along Highway 15, the main route between Las Vegas and Los Angeles.
Nearly 700 firefighters are struggling to control the blaze in the Cajon Pass. Its cause is still unknown.