Silverado Fire Burns Through the Night in Orange County Mountains

Firefighters battled the Silverado Fire in Orange County, California, through the night on Monday, October 26, with two firefighters injured as a result of battling the blaze.

Authorities said the blaze had grown to 7,200 acres and was 0 percent contained. The OCFA said 500 firefighters were battling the Silverado Fire, but all air support was grounded because of strong winds.

This footage was shared by Twitter user @RealErikW and shows fire vehicles responding to the blaze.

A mandatory evacuation order was given for at least 60,000 residents of Irvine as a result of the fire. Credit: @RealErikW via Storyful