Bond wildfire explodes in size forcing evacuations in southern California


Powerful winds pushed and tinder-dry brush escalated a house fire into a huge bushfire in southern California canyons early on Thursday. Residents were forced to evacuate to hotels or to stay with friends and family, as no congregate shelter was offered due to the coronavirus outbreak in the area. The Bond fire exploded in size throughout the night near the same area of October’s Silverado fire

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