A growing wildfire in Southern California is threatening a thousand homes and closing a freeway north of Los Angeles.
The Woolsey Fire has grown to more than eight-thousand acres.
It's now threatening a thousand homes along the Los Angeles-Ventura County line.
At least 30-thousand people have been forced to evacuate.
In Northern California, the Camp Fire started early yesterday morning and quickly blew up to 20-thousand acres.
Fire officials say it grew at a rate of about 80 football fields every minute.
It's injured firefighters and people living in the area 175 miles northwest of San Francisco.
About 40-thousand people have had to evacuate and there are reports the town of Paradise is all but destroyed.