(NEW YORK) — A brush fire in Ventura County, California, late Friday night burned 900 acres and was threatening 30 homes.
The fire was burning along U.S. 101 near Solimar Beach and forced the closure of a portion of the highway, reported ABC affiliate KEYT-TV in Santa Barbara.
A mandatory evacuations was in place for the Solimar Beach community while a voluntary evacuation was in effect for the Faria Beach community.
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