Moving brush fire threatens 1000 homes in Southern California

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A brush fire that erupted in Anaheim Hills late Monday morning was fueled by strong Santa Ana winds and threatening homes. Dubbed "Canyon Fire 2" by Anaheim Fire and Rescue, the blaze has grown rapidly from its initial size of 25 acres to an estimated 500 acres.

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A firefighter tries to put out flames at a home in Anaheim Hills during the Canyon Fire 2 on October 9, 2017. Firefighters set up structure protection in the area and issued evacuation orders for everything east of Weir Canyon Road and Serrano Avenue.

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Canyon fire No. 2 broke out around 9:20 a.m. near the 91 Freeway and Gypsum Canyon Road, and quickly leaped the California 241 toll road, said Sgt. Daron Wyatt, a spokesman for the Anaheim Fire Department. The fire has has evacuation areas that are less than 5 miles away from Chapman, according to a Google interactive map of where the fire, mandatory evacuations, freeway shutdowns and evacuation centers are located. "Take everything that you can that will sustain you for the next couple of days".

-The area south of the 91 Freeway, west of the 241, north of Nohl Canyon Road and east of Serrano. An evacuation shelter was established at the East Anaheim Community Center, 8201 E. Santa Ana Canyon Road. Three regional parks - Irvine, Santiago Oaks, and Yorba - were all closed due to the fire and smoke covering the area.

At least six homes were destroyed, according to KTLA.

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