Raging wildfire forces more than 7,000 to evacuate New Mexico village

A raging wildfire broke out early Monday near the village of Ruidoso, New Mexico. By the end of the day, the South Fork Fire had rapidly burned approximately 5,252 acres and was 0% contained. Officials have issued emergency mandatory evacuations for 7,700 threatened residents, telling them to 'GO NOW'. There have been no reports of any casualties so far.