Thousands of people are under evacuation orders as a massive Southern California wildfire grows. The Apple Fire is burning in rugged terrain in Riverside County, about 80 miles east of Los Angeles. Close to 8,000 people were ordered out of their homes Sunday as the fire that started Friday surged to more than 25,000 acres. More than 1,300 firefighters, backed by helicopters and planes dumping water, are working to get a line around the fire that started north of the city of Beaumont. Flames continued to spread into the communities of Cherry Valley, Banning and into the San Bernardino National Forest. At least one home burned down Saturday, no injuries have been reported and the fire is currently at 5% containment.