Even when the holy fire tears across valleys along the Riverside-Orange County line, more residents are ordered to evacuate, and the man is accused of putting the fan, which is now 10 236 hectares , waiting for a change of Friday.

The Cleveland National Forest said on Thursday that mandatory evacuations were extended to Helsinki and include all homes on the remote Lake Street, southwest of Grand Avenue to Ortega Highway.

Still, the firemen said they expected good weather conditions this weekend to help them extinguish the growing river. Among the more than 1,200 firefighters on the scene, two have been injured. One cracked knee, while another angry an ankle. Both were taken to a hospital for treatment.

An arraignment for Forrest Gordon Clark, 51, was interrupted Thursday but was scheduled for Friday at 10.00. Among the allegations he faces are suspicions of deteriorating fire brigade with the intention of damaging other or damaging property fire brigade of a property occupied; forest fire makes criminal threats violent resistance; and burn causes structures to burn.

The Holy Fire, which began as a Orange County fire, burned its way through the Cleveland National Forest to Riverside County. Smoke has swallowed up the Lake Elsinore region, where many of the affected have tried to remain calm and take care of their daily lives.

It was launched on Monday afternoon and burned through more than 10,000 hectares before Thursday night and destroyed 12 structures. Firefighters have represented 5 percent of their circumference.

Evacuation Centers were established at Temescal Canyon High School in Lake Elsinore and San Juan Hills High School in San Juan Capistrano. In addition, small animals can be evacuated to animal lovers in the Wildomar Valley and small and large animals from mandatory evacuations can also be evacuated to Riding Park in San Juan Capistrano.

Debbie Muñoz and her family and her family fled to the evacuation center at Temescal Canyon High. She said she remembered watching her living window and seeing an "intense" glow that came from the hills just under a mile from her Horsethief Canyon home.

On Wednesday afternoon, flames from the Holy Fire had become close enough for the authorities to issue a compulsory evacuation for her society.

Evacuation went smoothly, but "it's quite scary to leave the comfort of our home," said Muñoz, 54, who was not only worried about fire damage but also possible vandalism and robbery.

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This video image from the Orange County Sheriff Department shows 51-year-old Forrest Gordon Clark, who was booked to the Orange County Prison in Santa Ana, California, Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018. Clark was arrested in connection with the so-called Holy Fire, which has burned more than 6 square kilometers in the Santa Ana Mountains. Clark was booked suspicious of two bills of felonyarson, and every felony counts against terrorism and misdemeanor opposing arrests. (Orange County Sheriff's Department via AP) (Photo: AP)

Clark was arrested Tuesday with suspicions of starting the fire. He faces at least two urgent bills, a count of felony threat to terrorism and a count of misdemeanors resisting arrest, according to the Cleveland National Forest officials.

The fire was lit near the suspicious cottage, located in a rural area with about 15 homes. Every resident has a 99-year lease and it is not allowed for residents to live full-time, "said Shane Sherwood, head of the Orange County Fire Authority at a press conference on Wednesday.

If sentenced, Clark could face life in prison. 19659006] Evacus flocked to Temescal Canyon High, where as many as 77 people stopped at once, the American Red Cross said volunteers. Volunteers at the evacuation center at High School in San Juan Hills said they had not received any evacuations.

Highway 74 passes through the Cleveland National Forest and connects Lake Elsinore to San Juan Capistrano. Towards the Lake Elsinore side, firemen gathered in El Cariso, a small community along Highway 74 with homes, shops and restaurants.

Meanwhile, Horsethief Canyon residents stopped Tom and Lisa Mensik to volunteer at Temescal Canyon High after being evacuated on Wednesday.

They stayed with a relative in Murrieta following an evacuation process which they said said went smoothly, largely because they had already unpacked their belongings a day earlier. They have been able to keep calm because a neighbor installed a webcam showing live photographs of the neighborhood, which is still unscathed.

The couple lived in Horsethief Canyon since 1999 and it was their first time to evacuate because of a fire. Tom Mensik said it was inevitable because they live in a wilderness area, but his wife was still nervous.

"It's one of the biggest fears I had," says Lisa Mensik.

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