Uncontained Bond Fire Continues to Spread in California's Orange County

The Bond Fire in Orange County, California, grew to 4,000 acres as reports of possible structure damage came in on Thursday, December 3, fire officials said.

The Orange County Fire Authority said it received reports that there “may be multiple structures damaged,” and officials are working to clarify the extent of the damage.

The fire, which sparked late on Wednesday, grew rapidly and was fanned by strong Santa Ana winds on Thursday. A number of evacuation orders and road closures were announced. Credit: @OCFA_PIO via Storyful