Fast-growing California wildfire forces evacuations
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A fast-growing wildfire in Yolo County, California, grew to 1700 acres with no containment Saturday evening, forcing residents near two communities to flee under mandatory evacuation orders as hot, dry, windy weather elevated fire risk 90 miles north of San Francisco.

According to The Press Democrat, the Sand fire was reported a little before 3 p.m. but grew to 125 acres by 5 p.m. A Cal Fire spokesman said the fire had tripled in size two hours later, pushed southwest by strong winds and fueled...

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