UPDATED 6:56 AM PT — Tues. Sept. 25, 2018
Wildfires continue to scorch across California as firefighters battle the blazes amid evacuations and road closures.
A brush fire near Chico broke out Monday night, which burned around 25 acres and is currently zero-percent contained.
Meanwhile, one firefighter was hospitalized while battling the Charlie Fire in Los Angeles County.
The 34,000 acre blaze is 50-percent contained, leading residents in the Castaic area to evacuate.
Further north in the Oakhurst area, the Oak Fire is 45-percent contained after burning 400 acres. However, officials said the blaze poses no threat to the nearby Yosemite National Park.
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