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A wildfire broke out in San Diego, California, United States. Residents in nearby areas were evacuated urgently.

A wildfire broke out in San Diego, California, United States. Residents in nearby areas were evacuated urgently.

A wildfire broke out in San Diego, California, United States.

Residents in nearby areas were evacuated urgently.

According to the California Fire Department on December 24th local time, a wildfire in northern San Diego County has now overfired 500 acres, and local authorities have asked the surrounding residents to forcibly evacuate.

It is reported that by the evening of the 23rd, the wildfire had forced at least 7,000 residents to evacuate.

At present, a red flag warning has been issued in southwest California.

For safety reasons, San Diego Utilities Gas and Power Company has cut off the power consumption of 6,797 households, and another 24,725 households have received power outage alarms.

The Southern California Edison Company has cut off power consumption for 19,216 of its 5 million users.

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