(YOSEMITE, Calif.) — A fire near Yosemite National Park has burned over 2,000 acres of land, more than four times as much land as it had on Saturday.
Officials called in planes and helicopters and about 400 personnel to help battle the flames. Park spokeswoman Ashley Mayer told ABC News that there have been some evacuations, but officials were not certain whether any structures were lost in the fire.
No injuries have been reported in the fire.
The Sand Fire in northern California also continued to spread over the weekend with more than 3,800 acres burning on Sunday. Officials say that fire is 35 percent contained, but 10 homes have been destroyed and more than 500 are still at risk. Mandatory evacuations for the area remain in place.
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