Wildfire in Southern California’s Angeles National Forest grows to 4,000 acres, chases out holiday campers

NBC News: A wildfire in Southern California's Angeles National Forest that curt short weekend holiday plans for hikers and campers grew to 4,000 acres on Monday. The fire, which broke out near a campground Sunday afternoon, was about 5 percent contained by Sunday morning, U.S. Forest Service officials said. The Williams fire promoted the evacuation of about 12,000 visitors who had flocked to campgrounds for the holiday weekend, The Associated Press reported. It sent a towering plume of smoke that could......

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