Winds help California fire grow quickly
Blaze has been called the 'Grand Fire'
Dry conditions and high winds are fueling a quickly growing wildfire in California that caused officials to close a high school on Wednesday, fire officials said.
As of 4 p.m. PT (7 p.m. ET), more than 3,000 acres had burned since the blaze near Frazier Park, about 75 miles north of Los Angeles, began Tuesday.
The National Weather Service forecast wind speeds as high as 33 mph for Wednesday evening.
At least 200 firefighters were on the scene, according to an incident sheet from the U.S. Forest Service.
A nearby park and campground were evacuated Wednesday.
The blaze has been called the "Grand Fire."
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