A Wrightwood fire has spread out over 150 acres and high winds have started flames near homes in California.
A wildfire in the Sheep Creek area is continuing to burn and has spread to approximately 45 hectares by Sunday afternoon.
For Desert Front Road, Wild Horse Canyon Road and Wrightwood Township, mandatory evacuations were ordered.
No evacuations were ordered and Highway 2 from highway 138 to the Sheep Creek area was closed, San Bernardino County Fire Department said.
The Red Cross opened an evacuation center at Serrano High School on 9292 Sheep Creek Road in Phelan.
The fire was first reported shortly after 6.30pm on Friday night and had stretched around an area of less than an acre.
WRIGHTWOOD: #SBCoFD OS vegetation fire, Sheep Creek x Highway 2.
-Approx 35 acres, 0% contained.
-Unified Command with @Angeles_NF & @CALFIREBDU
-No mandatory evacuations in place. Contingency plans & crews in place.
-Highway 2 shut-down from 138 to Sheep creek area. pic.twitter.com/vhD65tJEwn
— San Bernardino County Fire (@SBCOUNTYFIRE) June 12, 2022
There is a mandatory evacuation order in place for residents living in the community of Wrightwood. The evacuation order is for Highway 2 to Mesquite St from Hwy138 to Sand Canyon. #SheepFire pic.twitter.com/wLXazx0Zuy
— San Bernardino County Sheriff (@sbcountysheriff) June 12, 2022