Robbers Fire, northwest of Foresthill
FORESTHILL, Calif. - CalFire says the hot weather has spurred flames in the Robbers Fire burning northwest of Foresthill. The burned area is now 700 acres and containment has dropped to 10 percent.
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Fire officials say 50 homes are threatened. There are 1,800 firefighters working to put out flames.
CalFire said about 200 people from the Iowa Hill community were staying at a Red Cross evacuation center in Foresthill.
Placer County issued a health advisory for the smoke.
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Further north in Mendocino National Forest, the Mill Fire had charred about 26 square miles and was about 38 percent contained.
In Shasta-Trinity National Forest, the Flat Fire was burning about 30 miles west of Weaverville and had scorched about a square mile.
A smaller fire in Colusa County was almost fully contained.
The Associated Press and News10/KXTV