Angeles National Forest, Cali. (KCBS) - A brush fire burning near the San Gabriel River has prompted the evacuation of the east Fork community.
The fire reportedly broke out around 2:22 p.m. near the Julius Klein Conservation Camp #19 in the Angeles National Forest.
Officials report that the fire was burning uphill and at a rapid rate.
As of 4:30 p.m. Sunday, the blaze, now called the Williams fire, burned at least 400 acres.
Several crews, including strikes teams and air tankers, have been requested.
Officials have reportedly impounded a car as evidence but it is unknown what connection the vehicle has to the blaze.
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