Transcript for Ongoing Wildfires Force Residents Out of Their Homes
From flooding to fires, a wall of flames now threatening homes in the west. Extremely dry conditions sparking wildfires that are raging out of control. Homeowners are told to get out of harm's way. ABC's aditi Roy is in our los Angeles bureau with more. Good morning. Reporter: It's a busy morning for firefighters. Both these western fires are burning out of control and have forced hundreds out of their homes. Let's start with Oregon, rough terrain and high winds are the challenges for corvallis. That blaze is 100 acres and crews are just starting to gain the upper hand. More than 200 homes were evacuated. Now, residents are being allowed to about back home, they are warned they may be forced back out again. Over to mariposa county, California, near yosemite where 300 acres are burning. That blaze forced 700 out of their homes and started under a main bridge and 10% contained right now. Dry conditions and the statewide drought are making this blaze a tough one for firefighters and so far there's been no property damage in that fire. Dan. That's good to hear but several desperate fights going on. Aditi thank you. We move on to the latest on
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