Progression of California's Holy Fire Captured in Timelapse from Santiago Peak

StoryfulWeatherPublished: August 9, 2018
Published: August 9, 2018

The Holy Fire burning in Trabuco Canyon, California, stood at more than 4,100 acres and was five percent contained by August 8. According to the Cleveland National Forest Service, multiple communities, including McVicker, Rice and Sycamore Creek, were under mandatory evacuation orders. This timelapse taken from Santiago Peak shows the growing Holy Fire between 5 am and 1 pm on August 8. Credit: Nevada Seismological Lab via Storyful

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