Residents were evacuated in Corona when a bushfire spread to tens of acres on Thursday. The flames were 0 percent included.
The fire started shortly after 15 o'clock. just outside the southeastern limits of the city, at the foot of the Saddleback Mountains in the area of Skyline Drive and Burrero Way, according to the Riverside County Fire Department. It was called the Skyline Fire.
About two hours later, it grew to 75 acres and forced the evacuation of the Orchard Glen community, authorities said.
Mabey Canyon Road residents, Trudy Way, Folson Circle, Brannan Circle, Burrero Way, Rawley Street, Burnett Circle, Elker Road, Corbett Street, Gareth Circle, and Fanning Circle were all assigned to their homes leave, said the Corona Fire Department and Cal Fire.
Corona High School, in 1
Also Foothill Parkway has been shut down in the meantime Firefighters said there was no immediate threat to neighboring Anaheim, but the Anaheim Fire Department said it would actively monitor the situation.
A large column of smoke that arched northeast across Corona and toward the northwest arched Jurupa Valley, aerial view. Although the smoke was heavy, not many large flames were visible, although some minor stains were burning.
About 240 firefighters originally responded to the flame, which was also fought from the air.
It was not immediately known what caused the outbreak of the fire.
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