At least 1,000 Calif. residents evacuated due to fast-growing wildfire

California fire officials issued a mandatory evacuation for some residents in Corona, Calif., located about 45 minutes southeast of Los Angeles, as the wildfire threatened to burn multiple homes, according to fire officials.
0:27 | 09/26/17

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Firefighters have been working through the night dropping water and chemicals on a dangerous wildfire in Southern California. More than a thousand people have been ordered out of their homes in corona about twenty miles east of Disneyland. The fire has burned more than three square miles closing two lanes of a major freeway. Several schools in the area are closed today.

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