Crews Fight to Contain California's Blue Cut Wildfire
More than 700 firefighters fight the Blue Cut fire 60 miles east of Los Angeles which has burned at least 30,000 acres.
A firefighter battles the Blue Cut fire along Cajon Pass in California on Aug. 16. The wildfire which flared up 60 miles east of Los Angeles burned more than 30,000 acres by Wednesday morning.
A melted McDonald's sign shows the damage of the Blue Cut fire after it swept through Cajon Junction, California on Aug. 16.
The Blue Cut fire closes Interstate 15 in both directions on Aug. 16.
A firefighter keeps an eye on the Blue Cut fire line, north of Los Angeles, California on Aug. 16.
A house burns on a hill during the Blue Cut wildfire near Cajon Junction, California on Aug. 16.
An air tanker drops fire retardant on the Blue Cut wildfire in Lytle Creek, California, Aug 16.
Vehicles and structures burn near Highway 138 as the Blue Cut Fire rages through San Bernardino County on Aug. 16.
Firefighters battle the Blue Cut wildfire near Cajon Pass, north of San Bernardino, California on Aug. 16.