Now to the wildfires in california. This is a high danger season. One place raging this morning has forced hundreds from their homes. Clayton sandell has the latest. Reporter: This morning, the... See More
Now to the wildfires in california. This is a high danger season. One place raging this morning has forced hundreds from their homes. Clayton sandell has the latest. Reporter: This morning, the powerhouse fire is spreading. This is a very volatile situation. You can tell by the wind. Reporter: Choppers, planes, and 2,000 firefighters are battling hard. At least six homes in the small community of lake hughes burned to the ground. As the fire roared through this valley, some were lucky. Others were not. The only way you can tell this was a house, the chimney. The cottage burned down next to me. My house, all the way to the ground. Nothing is left. Reporter: Animals are trying to escape the smoke and flames. Nearly 3,000 people are evacuated, not sure when they can go home or what they'll find when they get there. Nervousness. Uneasiness. If I have a house, if I don't have a house. ter: TWO MORE FIRES RAGE In new mexico. Cruise hoping for a break from hot, dry weather. Here in california, firefighters say there's a few more days to go before they get the upper hand. For "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, lake hughes, california.
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