Mandatory Evacuations as Orange County's Bond Fire Hits 2,000 Acres

A wildfire in Orange County’s Silverado Canyon, named the Bond Fire, had grown to 2,000 acres early on December 3, prompting a number of mandatory evacuation orders from the local fire authority.

The blaze began with a house fire, and was threatening structures in Silverado Canyon and Williams Canyon. More than 240 firefighters were on hand, the Orange County Fire Authority said.

This video, posted by the Orange County Fire Authority, shows the fire raging overnight. Credit: OCFA via Storyful