Orange County Fire Near Anaheim Hills: Nov. 2009, Map and Videos
The Orange County fire near Anaheim Hills in Los Angeles, CA., is 15% contained, and has consumed more than 60 acres, according to LA Times. The Orange County fire was reported around 10 pm on Tuesday night. No structures were burned and no evacuations issued so far.
Winds at 15 to 25 mph from the northeast were pushing the fire south, away from developments in Orange and the Anaheim Hills. But so far, crews have been able to confine the flames to the east side of the toll road.
The fire is a few miles away from the nearest structures, but residents should stay alert and prepared for evacuation.
Flames were a couple of miles from the nearest structures, but residents were advised to have escape plans in case they have to leave, said Capt. Greg McKeown of the Orange County Fire Authority.
Google map of the Orange County fire near Anaheim Hills from the LA Times.