ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. (KERO) — The so-called 'Bond Fire' in Orange County has grown to 3,600 acres Thursday morning.
The fire, which started as a structure fire, has spread in the Silverado, Williams and Modjeska canyon areas.
Residents in the Modjeska Canyon are under a mandatory evacuation order.
EVACUEES of #BondFire. You’re— OCFA PIO (@OCFA_PIO) December 3, 2020
strongly encouraged to seek safety with family/friends or in a hotel.
Due to COVID-19, no congregate shelter is offered. A temporary OC Red Cross evacuation point is at 8405 E. Chapman Ave, Orange. Info and restrooms available. pic.twitter.com/O6fiRmmYPX
Voluntary evacuation warnings now include Lake Forest- from the 241 Toll Rd along Bake Parkway to Musick north to Irvine border, and from 241 Toll Road north to Bake to Foothill Ranch Community Park. #BondFire has consumed more than 3,600 acres/0% contained.— OCFA PIO (@OCFA_PIO) December 3, 2020
Residents not under the evacuation order yet are being advised to be prepared to evacuate.