(KGTV) — Thousands of acres have burned and evacuations have been ordered for surrounding cabins as the Holy Fire rages in Orange County.
The fire broke out near Holy Jim Canyon and Trabuco Creek roads Monday at about 1:30 p.m. Since then, it has exploded in size, reach thousands of acres by the next day.
Multiple fire agencies responded to battle the fire and contain it to the forest land, away from communities around Cleveland National Forest.
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Here is a look at where the Holy Fire is burning:
(We will continue updating this map as more information becomes available.)