Hundreds of firefighters are trying to put out two wildfires which are tearing through parts of southern California. Dozens of homes have already been destroyed. People have been told to get out of their homes.
Emergency crews are using water-dropping planes, but these flames are moving fast. Changing winds are also causing trouble for firefighters.
A Red Cross shelter has been set up for people who have been forced out of their homes.
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[caption id="attachment_3750" align="aligncenter" width="604" caption="A structure near Blackburn Canyon Rd and Gary Road in the foothills above Tehachapi, Calif., burns Tuesday July 21, 2010 after two wildfires erupted and spread quickly. More than 30 homes were lost in the small hill community of Old West Ranch and another 150 structures were threatened, firefighters said Tuesday. The area is about 70 miles north of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Dave Mills)"][/caption]