SAN BERNARDINO, Calif - A destructive wildfire in San Bernardino County exploded in size overnight to 30,000 acres as it continued to burn out of control Wednesday.
The Blue Cut Fire remained 0 percent contained, and federal officials described the threat to public safety, rail traffic and structures in the Cajon Pass, Lytle Creek, Wrightwood, Oak Hills and surrounding areas as "imminent."
Nearly 35,000 homes are under evacuation orders, impacting approximately more than 82,000 residents, according to the wildfire's federal InciWeb page. Additionally, a number of road closures are affecting traffic and the ability to travel through the area, including the full closure of a stretch of Interstate 15.
Full list of evacuations, road and school closures: