Southern California Bond Fire Persists Under Critical Weather Conditions

Two forest service firefighters were injured in the Bond Fire, which as of December 3 had scorched more than 7,000 acres in Orange County, California. The fast-moving fire grew by more than 4,000 acres on Thursday.

At an afternoon press conference, the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) reported multiple structures may have been damaged, but the exact details were yet to be confirmed.

The National Weather Service of San Diego issued a red flag warning in effect until Friday. Credit: Fred Vega via Storyful