LOS ANGELES – The Latest on a brush fire in Southern California (all times are local):
Officials said that some mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted in the vicinity of a Southern California brush fire.
The Orange County Fire Authority said the fire began Saturday in Aliso Woods Canyon and grew to approximately 200 acres.
The residents were allowed to return to more than 2,000 homes in Aliso Viejo, the Residents of some of Laguna Beach neighborhoods remained under evacuation orders.
Two minor firefighter injuries were reported.
Officials say a wind-driven brush fire in Southern California has led to the evacuation of more than 2,000 homes.
The Orange County Fire Authority said the fire began Saturday in Aliso Woods Canyon and grew to more than 150 acres.
Mandatory evacuations were ordered in an area that included Laguna Beach and Aliso Viejo.