Forest fires are raging near Malibu in California, destroying property and forcing 10,000 people to leave their homes.
Santa Ana winds of up to 40mph (64km/h) are spreading the fire, which started at 0330 local time (1130 GMT) on Saturday between Mesa Peak Mountain Way and Corral Canyon.
Helicopters and aeroplanes are dropping water on the fire in efforts to bring it under control.
Firefighters are attempting to halt the flames and two have sustained minor injuries.
Some 35 homes have been destroyed so far and approximately 200 more are threatened.
When Southern California was hit by severe fires last month, the state organised the biggest evacuation in its recent history.