The Apple Fire Burns in Riverside County

All photos by Brian Donnelly

The Apple Fire, a wildfire that grew in Cherry Valley when at least two smaller fires merged, sends huge plumes of smoke into the air above Riverside County on Saturday. The fire has burned about 12,000 acres and almost 8,000 people have been evacuated.


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2 Responses to The Apple Fire Burns in Riverside County

  1. Ken Robinson says:

    Umm….That’s not Palm Springs. That’s like saying Long Beach is burning when the fire in in Mission Viejo. Too far away.

  2. My fault. It was a placeholder title before I read about it.

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