A California wildfire has burned 4,100 acres with zero percent containment as of Tuesday morning, according to Santa Barbara County fire officials. The Cave Fire started in the Santa Ynez Mountains on Monday and, stoked by winds, eventually moved towards populated parts of Santa Barbara County, CNN reports.
#CaveFire- UPDATE- 4,100 acres with 0% containment. 600 firefighters assigned. No structures (homes) destroyed & no injuries.
— SBCFireInfo (@EliasonMike) November 26, 2019
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