Firefighters Work Through the Night to Contain California's Shell Fire

The Shell Fire in Kern County, California, grew to almost 2,000 acres on Monday, June 28, according to fire officials.

The fire broke out on Sunday off Interstate 5 and Grapevine Road, according to CAL FIRE.

As of Monday afternoon, Kern County Fire Department said the fire had grown to 1,984 acres and was 30 percent contained, after crews had worked through the night to contain it.

Footage captured by Emma Escamilla, who said it was filmed in the early hours of June 28, shows fire crews battling the fire overnight. Credit: Emma Escamilla via Storyful

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