THE wildfire Peter Fire has raged through 200 acres of vegetation in California.
The fire burned multiple structures and forced evacuations west of Anderson.
The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office has issued evacuation orders in several surrounding areas.
The American Red Cross has opened an evacuation center at West Valley High School to help the affected, KRCR reported.
The crews deployed air sources over the fire to extinguish the fire.
The incident is also near Redding, according to reports.
Evacuations have been issued for La Colina Terrace at Beacon, Peter Pan Gulch at Olinda, and streets between Peter Pan Gulch to Twyla
PG&E has cut off power to nearly 1,800 customers due to the threat of the fire.
The fire department first responded to the fire Thursday afternoon.
Cal Fire initially said 15 acres had burned with structures “threatened.”
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