A new wildfire burning in California’s Plumas County grew to 4,300 acres on July 24 and was just five percent contained, according to authorities.
The Fly Fire, which is burning east of the 181,289-acre Dixie Fire, saw significant growth on Saturday. Fire authorities said the fire will continue to spread east, towards the town of Quincy and that evacuations could be ordered.
Timelapse footage shows the fire getting close to a camera in Plumas County. Credit: Alert Wildfire via Storyful