A coastal fire in Southern California burned several homes

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A fast-paced fire in Southern California that burned several homes sparked evacuation orders for nearby residents. Helicopter antennas from a branch of NBC KNBC show flames from what is known as a coastal fire that was burning within walking distance of homes along the canyon between Nigel Lagoon and Alice Viejo in Orange County. At 5:15 p.m., a KNBC helicopter spotted several houses on fire, some completely engulfed. Around 5:55 p.m., the Orange County Fire Department wrote on Twitter that the fire was burning in an area of ​​about 150 acres. An evacuation was carried out for the Nigel Lagoon areas, and voluntary evacuation orders were issued for the Balboa Nice neighborhood in Laguna Beach, KNBC reports. The Orange County Sheriff’s Department in Laguna Nigel said communities near Pauhiko Island Drive and Coronada Pointe should be evacuated. Canyon. The fire tore through thick bushes as it burned up the mountain towards Alice Summit Trail and nearby homes. A huge plume of smoke could be seen for miles in Orange and Los Angeles counties. Crews dropped fire lines along the perimeter of the coastal fire to slow the spread. KCRA 3 chief meteorologist Mark Finan said the fire is pushing a coastal wind up the sides of the canyons. Look at the fire antennas below. | RELATED | California Forest Fire Preparedness Guide 2022: What You Need to Know and How to Stay Safe. People in Laguna Nigel are encouraged to sign up for emergency alerts at www.alertoc.com and register on Nixle by sending text messages: 92677 to 888-777. You can see the real-time evacuation areas here .— KCRA 3 contributed to this report.

A fire in Southern California that burned several homes caused the evacuation of residents nearby.

Helicopter antennas from a branch of NBC KNBC show flames from what is known as a coastal fire that burns within walking distance of homes along the canyon area between Nigel Lagoon and Alice Viejo in Orange County. At 5:15 p.m., a KNBC helicopter spotted several houses on fire, some completely engulfed.

At about 5:55 p.m., the Orange County Fire Department wrote on Twitter that the fire was burning on an area of ​​about 150 acres.

An evacuation has been issued for areas in Laguna Nigel, and voluntary evacuation orders have been issued for the Balboa Nice neighborhood in Laguna Beach, KNBC reports.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department in Laguna Nigel said communities near Pacific Island Drive and Coronada Pointe should be evacuated.

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KNBC reports that a plane dropping water in the Alice Woods Canyon is helping. The fire tore through thick bushes as it burned up the mountain towards Alice Summit Trail and nearby homes. A huge club of smoke could be seen for miles in Orange and Los Angeles counties.

Crews dropped fire lines along the perimeter of the coastal fire to slow the spread.

KCRA 3 chief meteorologist Mark Finan said the wind on land was pushing the fire up the sides of the canyons.

See fire antennas below.

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| RELATED | California 2022 Forest Fire Preparedness Guide: What You Need to Know and How to Stay Safe

People of Laguna Nigel are urged to sign up for emergency alerts www.alertoc.com and register on Nixle by sending an SMS: 92677 to 888-777.

You can see here evacuation zones in real time.

KCRA 3 contributed to this report.

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