More Than 100 Firefighters Battle 400-Acre Wildfire Burning in California’s Cleveland National Forest

A wildfire burning in California’s Cleveland National Forest reached 400 acres and was zero percent contained as of the afternoon on Wednesday, March 2, US Forest Service officials said. No structures were threatened, local media reported. Over 100 personnel were assigned to battle the blaze as the forward rate of spread was slowed by 3:40 pm, according to the Cleveland National Forest. Timelapse footage filmed by ALERTWildfire’s Santiago Peak camera shows plumes of orange smoke billowing into the sky. Credit: ALERTWildfire via Storyful

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